Aviation Weather Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

A LARGE RAIN BAND ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMNANTS OF IDA IS PUSHING EASTWARD ACROSS THE EASTERN BIG BEND OF FLORIDA AND SOUTH CENTRAL GEORGIA. KVLD IS JUST STARTING TO ENCOUNTER THIS RAIN BAND. IN LOCATIONS WITH HEAVIER SHOWER ACTIVITY WITHIN THIS BAND THE MAIN CONCERN WOULD BE REDUCED VISIBILITIES AND LOW CIGS. BEHIND THIS BAND OF RAIN...SCATTERED SHOWER ACTIVITY IS OCCURRING AND THIS WILL BE THE TREND THROUGHOUT THE EVENING AS THE LOW PROGRESSES EASTWARD. AT THIS HOUR...ALL STATIONS ARE SEEING WINDS SUSTAINED BETWEEN 10 AND 15 KTS WITH GUSTS BETWEEN 15 TO 30 KTS. THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT HOURS EXPECT WINDS TO SLACK A BIT AS THE CENTER OF THE LOW APPROACHES. FOR THE OVERNIGHT HOURS...THE MAIN CONCERN WILL BE LOW CIGS AND VISIBILITIES. NORTHERNMOST TERMINALS CAN EXPECT PERIODS OF LIFR CONDITIONS WHILE KTLH AND KPFN CAN EXPECT PERIODS OF IFR CONDITIONS. BY TOMORROW...WE ARE FORECAST TO BE ON THE BACKSIDE OF THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM. HOWEVER...SOME WRAP AROUND MOISTURE WILL KEEP THE THREAT OF SCATTERED SHOWERS IN THE PICTURE ALL DAY. WINDS TOMORROW WILL BE ELEVATED WITH SUSTAINED WINDS BETWEEN 10 AND 15 KTS.


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