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Excessive Rainfall and Flooding Threat in the South; Hazardous Heat in the Western U.S. Expanding to the Northern Plains

Multiple rounds of heavy rain and thunderstorms across portions of the Texas and Louisiana Coast will likely lead to flash, urban, small stream and river flooding. An additional heavy rainfall threat will exist from the Lower Mississippi Valley through the southern Mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, a dangerous heat threat will continue across the Western U.S. and northern Plains through Thursday. Read More >

CIGS

VSBY

AAR

Type Approaches

Impact

>040

>10

120+

Visuals

 

012-040

>10

112-116

Instrument

 

012-040

<10

90-108

Instruments

MIT, TBFM (scheduling/metering)

<012

>1/2

90-98

Instruments

MIT, TBFM (scheduling/metering)

002-009

½ - 3

78-96

Instruments

MIT, TBFM (metering/scheduling)

<002

<1/2

54-60

Instruments

Tower requires additional spacing on arrival runways due to Tower Departure rule (2 increasing to 3). CATII and CATIII ILS approaches; MIT, GDP, Potential GS

 

Wind Speed/Direction

 

AAR

Type Approaches

Impact

25-30kts sustained from 280-300

Xwind

84-114

Visuals

MIT, TBFM (metering/scheduling)

>35kts sustained from 280-300

NW Flow Event

24-48

Instrument/Visuals

GDP, MIT, Potential GS

Gusts >45kts from 280-300

Xwind/NW Flow

24

Instrument/Visuals

Potential GS

 

S4 VMC: 13R (6MIT), 18R, 17C, 17L = 130/90

S4 LVMC: 13R (6MIT), 18R, 17C, 17L= 116/90

S4 IMC:   13R (6MIT), 18R, 17C, 17L= 108/90

S3 IMC:     18R, 17C, 17L = 98/90

S3 LIMC:  18R, 17C, 17L = 90/90

 

N4 VMC: 36L, 35C, 35R, 31R (6MIT) = 124/90

N4 LVMC: 36L, 35C, 35R, 31R (6MIT) = 112/90

N4 IMC:  36L, 35C, 35R, 31R (6MIT) = 108/90

N3 IMC:  36L, 35C, 35R = 94/90

N3 LIMC: 36L, 35C, 35R = 88/90

NW2VMC/IMC:  31R, 31L = 48/48 (5MIT on ea)

NW2LIMC: 31R = 24 (Single RWY)