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Western Fall Storm: Southwest Monsoon

A fall storm will bring widespread rains, gusty winds, and high elevation snow to the Northwest. Gusty winds ahead of the front will produce critical fire weather threats for portions of the Great Basin, northern Rockies, and Front Range. Locally heavy monsoon rains may produce flash flooding in the Southwest. Strong storms are possible in the Great Lakes into the Northeast. Read More >

...For ATC Planning Purposes...

 

Hub / Pacing Airports Crosswind Information...
based on Sustained or Average of Sustained/Gust wind speed
Calculations based on the latest metar/speci available.
Mouseover the airport identifier to view the observation. Click to view crosswind information.
   
NW NC NE
SW SC SE
Alaska / Hawaii
Links to regional
crosswind tables
Hub/Pacing--gust

Light Blue indicates all runways less than 10 knots.
All remaining colors indicate at least one runway in that range.
If a gust exists, color is based on the average of sustained and gust speeds.
MTR BOS LGA JFK EWR TEB PHL BWI DCA IAD PIT CLE DTW
TAF BOS LGA JFK EWR TEB PHL BWI DCA IAD PIT CLE DTW
 
MTR CVG ATL RDU CLT MCO MIA ORD MDW MSP MCI STL IND SDF
TAF CVG ATL RDU CLT MCO MIA ORD MDW MSP MCI STL IND SDF
 
MTR MEM DFW IAH DEN SLC PHX LAX LAS SFO SJC PDX SEA
TAF MEM DFW IAH DEN SLC PHX LAX LAS SFO SJC PDX SEA
 
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information from the latest observation (MTR) or Terminal Forecast (TAF).
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