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Fairly Typical Summer Weather

Strong to severe storms may produce damaging winds, large hail, and locally heavy rain across portions of the Midwest. Critical fire weather threats continue in the Northern Rockies, including a threat of isolated dry thunderstorms in Wyoming. High Heat indices are developing in the South and Central Plains, including Kansas City; and excessive heat is forecast in the Phoenix Metro area. Read More >

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ZHU Area Operation Worksheet 
Special Emphasis Item for Shift: 

Icing Turb IFR
Jet Stream Map Jet Stream Pacific Northwest Surface Map Surface TCF 4 hour TCF   Significant Weather/Synopsis:

Traffic Management / Military

RWY/Arrival Rates:

IAH:       /       

HOU:       /       

AUS:       /       

SAT:       /       

MSY:       /       

CFR Metering Routes GDP MIT

Military Operations:
Equipment Outages:



Staffing/Resource Issues:

Team Briefings/Breakous:


Icing: Low Turb: High Turb: IFR: