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Heavy Snow from the Wasatch to the Upper Midwest

A strong weather system will bring heavy snow, gusty winds, and difficult travel conditions to a broad area from the Great Basin to the Upper Midwest. Farther south, strong winds and dry conditions is increasing the wildfire threat. Unusual warmth from the Ohio Valley to the Mid-Atlantic continues. The approaching cold front brings a threat of severe weather to the Ohio Valley later in the week. Read More >

CLT TRACON Summary / KCLT TAF
CLT TRACON Summary:

Weak high pressure will remain over the TRACON overnight. Expect SCT/BKN040-060 clouds to gradually lower SCT/BKN008-020 clouds and 0.5-4SM surface visibility by 07-10z. Surface winds will be northeast to east at 3-8kts. Low-level winds will be less than 10kts from the south early Thursday morning. Flight Hazards in the TRACON airspace: LGT-MOD Rime/Mixed Icing above 110.

 

Updated: 2/22/2017 7:32 PM 

CLT Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:
 
FTUS80 KCLT 222321 RRB
KCLT 222320Z 2300/2324 02003KT P6SM SCT040 OVC050
     FM230500 08003KT P6SM OVC025
     FM230700 07003KT 4SM BR BKN015
     FM231100 05003KT 1 1/2SM BR BKN015
     FM231400 09003KT P6SM BKN020
     FM231700 15004KT P6SM SCT060

CLT TRACON Area Remark:
IFR/LIFR POSSIBLE N/S AFTER 09z.
Convective Gate Forecast / Icing Gate Forecast / Vertical Wind Profile (click on image to enlarge)
Convective Gate Forecast Icing Gate Forecast
SIGMETS/ Southeast Radar & Satellite Loops (click on image to enlarge)

Southeast Radar Loop