Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 7:37AM||Sunset 5:33PM||Monday December 18, 2017 4:11 AM EST (09:11 UTC)||Moonrise 7:44AM||Moonset 6:09PM||Illumination 0%|
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national weather service peachtree city ga
334 am est Mon dec 18 2017
Dense fog advisory through 9am...
Short term today through Tuesday
Ample moisture along with stalled front to the south has resulted
in dense fog formation across portions of the area. Quarter mile
visibility may not technically be widespread as of yet but given
increased travel concerns for this week, have pulled the trigger
on an advisory. Although the radar continues to be rather benign,
still some drizzle for most areas and will carry in initialized
grid set this morning.
Models appear to be a bit overdone thus far with the precip axis
to the south and mid level energy really isn't all that strong
over central ga for what the short term models are trying to
project rain wise. Still think there will be an uptick though in
precip this afternoon given abundant moisture and precipitable
water in excess of 1.75 inches. Will carry mid range chance
transitioning to small area of likely but no thunder inclusion at
Overall, rain chances will be on the decline through Monday night
as deep layer moisture decreases initially. Visibility
restrictions look to be limited to the extreme southern portions
of the area this go around. Next shortwave will approach late
Monday night however with likely pops entering NW zones once again
by the tail end of the short term period.
Long term Tuesday night through Sunday
Unsettled weather is still expected for much of the long term
There is continued potential for heavy rainfall with a risk for
flash flooding across far N ga, from rmg to N gvl, Tuesday night
into Wednesday. Potential rainfall is running in the 1 to 3 inch
range with much of this rainfall coming late Tuesday night and
early Wednesday. This all due to deep moisture in the wsw flow aloft
interacting with surface low pressure and a slow moving warm front
moving over the area. Rainfall is expected to diminish end late
Wednesday and Wednesday night.
Another cold front will approach the area Friday and potentially
stall across the area Saturday into Sunday. The GFS and european
are significantly different with the GFS faster than the european
with the front, moisture and rain chances and how far the front
gets into the area. The european moves the front north as a warm
front Saturday night and Sunday while the GFS keeps the front
s of the area. These differences make the forecast low confidence.
Temperatures are expected to be above normal through the period.
low clouds are on the rapid increase across the terminals with ifr
at most all of the atl sites. Visibility has been a different
story and slow to lower at the terminals but more so over NW ga.
Do expect both cig and vsby to continue to trend downward through
sunrise with conditions bottoming out in the life range. Certainly
possible for some vlifr as well but thinking this will be largely
outside of the atl terminal. Winds still expected to shift to the
west side by 16z with no changes to timing for this cycle.
Atl confidence... 06z update...
medium on lifr timing and vlifr potential.
High on remaining elements.
Preliminary point temps pops
Athens 63 45 67 55 20 0 20 80
atlanta 62 48 64 57 20 5 50 70
blairsville 59 38 63 51 5 0 20 100
cartersville 59 44 61 54 10 5 60 100
columbus 65 54 68 60 50 30 20 50
gainesville 61 46 63 55 10 0 30 100
macon 65 51 69 57 50 30 10 40
rome 59 42 60 53 5 5 70 100
peachtree city 64 47 65 56 20 5 40 70
vidalia 69 57 73 59 60 40 10 10
Ffc watches warnings advisories
Dense fog advisory until 9 am est this morning for the following
zones: bartow... Carroll... Catoosa... Chattahoochee... Chattooga...
cherokee... Clayton... Cobb... Coweta... Dade... Dekalb... Douglas...
fayette... Floyd... Gilmer... Gordon... Haralson... Harris... Heard...
marion... Meriwether... Murray... Muscogee... North fulton...
paulding... Pickens... Polk... South fulton... Stewart... Talbot...
troup... Walker... Webster... Whitfield.
Short term... Deese
long term... .Bdl
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|Marietta / Dobbins Air Force Base, GA||6 mi||15 min||N 0||0.63 mi||Fog/Mist||46°F||45°F||97%||1021.5 hPa|
|Cobb County International Airport - McCollum Field, GA||7 mi||23 min||N 0||0.75 mi||Fog/Mist||45°F||45°F||100%||993.7 hPa|
|Atlanta, De Kalb-Peachtree Airport, GA||12 mi||18 min||N 0||1.50 mi||Fog/Mist||46°F||45°F||96%||1022.1 hPa|
|Fulton County Airport-Brown Field, GA||15 mi||18 min||N 0||0.50 mi||Fog||47°F||46°F||100%||1021.5 hPa|
|Cartersville Airport, GA||22 mi||18 min||N 0||5.00 mi||Fog/Mist||46°F||46°F||100%||1021.5 hPa|
|Atlanta, Hartsfield - Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA||24 mi||19 min||NE 4||0.50 mi||Fog||47°F||46°F||100%||1021.6 hPa|
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