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Excessive Heat Spreads East; Many Areas with Heavy Rain Threats

Hot and muggy conditions are forecast to continue across the Midwest and Northeast, while spreading eastward. A frontal boundary bringing very heavy rains to the Upper Midwest will sag southward bringing cooler temperatures to areas to the north, including the city of Chicago. Heavy rains will also be possible along the Texas Gulf Coast from a tropical disturbance. Read More >

                                       ZTL Airspace Summary / KCSG TAF                    For ATC Planning Purposes Only
ZTL Airspace Summary:
Expect scattered to widespread thunderstorms across AL to gradually weaken thru 07z and isolated showers elsewhere to weaken thru 04z. Cells will move to the west at 5-15kts. Expect VFR conditions outside of convection. Surface winds will be variable at 5-8kts and becoming mostly calm after 02z. Flight Hazards outside convection: LGT-MOD turbulence is expected to develop over TN/VA/NC and S AL above FL320 after 06z.

Updated: 6/17/18 8:12 PM
 

Columbus Terminal Aerodrome Forecast:
 
FTUS80 KCSG 180533 RRA
KCSG 180531Z 1806/1906 00000KT P6SM FEW250
     FM180900 00000KT 6SM BR SKC
     FM181400 00000KT P6SM SCT030
     FM181600 34004KT P6SM BKN040
     FM182000 33004KT P6SM BKN050 PROB30 1820/1824 4SM TSRA
      OVC025CB
     FM190100 31003KT P6SM SCT150

 

CSG METAR:  
SAUS70 KCSG 180500
METAR KCSG 180451Z AUTO 00000KT 10SM CLR 24/22 A3013 RMK AO2 SLP199
     T02390222 402830217

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