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System Shifts from the Deep South to the Southeast

The system producing rain, locally heavy, in the Deep South will spread potential for flooding and flash flooding into the Southeast. Wintry conditions on the north side of this storm will produce accumulating snow from the Appalachians to the southern Mid-Atlantic. Areas of snow will also continue across portions of the High Plains. Read More >

Crosswind/Headwind components for: DFW

 

Begin Date: 11th   Begin time: 12Z      End Date: 12th   End time: 18Z
Time
Direction
Speed
Gust
XW: Rwy 18/36
HW: Rwy
XW: Rwy 13/31
HW: Rwy
11 / 12Z
20 °
5
0
2 kts
36: 5 kts
4 kts
31: 2 kts
11 / 16Z
80 °
5
0
5 kts
36: 1 kt
4 kts
13: 3 kts
11 / 19Z
130 °
5
0
4 kts
18: 3 kts
1 kt
13: 5 kts

 

If a gust is forecast, a range of crosswind components (XW) will be listed.
The first value is based on the sustained wind speed, the second value is based on the forecast gust speed.
Headwind components (HW) are based on the forecast sustained wind speed.
999° indicates a forecast variable wind. In this case the speed is set to zero such that crosswind/headwinds are zero.

 

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