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Heavy rain and severe weather will exacerbate ongoing flooding in the central and southern U.S.

Additional heavy rain will increase the threat of flooding in the central and southern U.S. this weekend. There is a High Risk of excessive rainfall for parts of ArkLaTex, as well as the Mid-Mississippi and Lower Ohio River Valleys on Saturday. Severe thunderstorms, some of which could include significant tornadoes and very large hail, are also possible on Saturday for much of the same area. Read More >

                                       ZTL Airspace Summary / KCLT TAF                    For ATC Planning Purposes Only
ZTL Airspace Summary:
Isolated showers will continue to develop over AL overnight and move north to northeast into TN/W GA. Expect mostly low-VFR/VFR conditions this evening with MVFR/IFR and patchy LIFR developing over most of ZTL early Saturday morning. Surface winds will be southeast to southwest at 3-10kts. Flight Hazards outside convection: LGT Rime icing 130-FL250 over TN/N AL, spreading east over N GA and NC/VA.

Updated:2/23/2018 7:55 PM
 

Charlotte/Douglas International Airport Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:
 
FTUS80 KCLT 240527 RRA
KCLT 240526Z 2406/2512 00000KT P6SM FEW150
     FM241100 20004KT 5SM BR BKN035
     FM241200 20005KT 2SM BR BKN009
     FM241500 21007KT P6SM OVC015
     FM241700 20010KT P6SM BKN035

 

CLT METAR:  
SAUS70 KCLT 240600
METAR KCLT 240552Z 14003KT 10SM FEW055 FEW150 SCT250 15/12 A3027 RMK AO2
     SLP243 T01500122 10206 20144 56012

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