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Southwestern Storm to Bring Rain and Thunderstorm Potential, and Snow in the Mountains

A storm in the Southwest will produce rain, locally heavy with the potential for flash flooding this weekend. Mountain snow will spread across the Southwest, Great Basin, and into the South/Central Rockies. The whole storm shifts into the Plains later in the weekend while a new system brings rain and mountain snow from the Northwest to the Northern Rockies. Read More >

Crosswind/Headwind components for: EWR

Latest observation as of 021851Z
METAR KEWR 021851Z 03008G19KT 10SM SCT055 BKN250 26/12 A3008 RMK AO2
 
Wind Direction: 30 degrees
Wind Speed:        8 knots
Gust Speed:         19 knots
 
Based on sustained speed:
Crosswind Rwy 04/22: 1 knot
Crosswind Rwy 11/29: 7 knots
Headwind Rwy 04: 8 knots
Headwind Rwy 11: 3 knots
Average of sustained/gust speeds:
Crosswind Rwy 04/22: 1 knot
Crosswind Rwy 11/29: 12 knots
 
 
Based on gust speed:
Crosswind Rwy 04/22: 1 knot
Crosswind Rwy 11/29: 17 knots