Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 7:23AM||Sunset 7:30PM||Saturday September 23, 2017 2:20 PM EDT (18:20 UTC)||Moonrise 9:35AM||Moonset 8:51PM||Illumination 10%|
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Area Discussion for - Peachtree City, GA  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion... Updated
national weather service peachtree city ga
655 am edt Sat sep 23 2017
Update for aviation
Prev discussion... Issued 340 am edt Sat sep 23 2017
short term today through Sunday ...
an upper trough continues over the SE CWA and drifts into the
northern gulf of mexico during the day as more or a weak upper low.
This seems to give the best chances for highly diurnal convection to
the far N and far southern portion of central ga as these 2
locations are where the best forecast instability is located. At
this time, my thinking is that the precip potential should only go
into the early evening hours tonight.
For Sunday, the upper low drifts W along the gulf coast states with
hurricane maria moving N over the western atlantic. A surface ridge
of high pressure will have built down the appalachians. This seems
to keep precip chances too low to mention in the forecasts at this
A warm airmass continues over the area with forecast high
temperatures running 4-7 degrees above normal today and 3-5 degrees
above normal for Sunday. Forecast low temperatures are running around
5 degrees above normal for tonight.
Overall confidence is medium to high.
long term Sunday night through Friday ...
no real changes to the recent extended forecast trends seen with this
model cycle. Medium range models continue to keep the region under a
large, but not particularly strong, upper-level ridge through all
but the tail-end of the period. Upper trough breaks down the ridge as
we head into Thursday Friday of next week and a surface trough
develops across the coastal carolinas and into central south georgia
in the wake of maria as she sweeps up the east coast. Persistent|
northeast to north low-level flow keeps the region stable through the
period, and this stable airmass and the absence of strong upper
dynamics or low-level forcing keeps pops low with this late-week
system. Dry and above seasonal normal temperatures reign until then,
replaced by more seasonal temperatures as we head into next weekend.
patchy morning fog dissipating quickly. OtherwiseVFR conditions
expected into tonight. Few-bkn CU 3500-6000 ft. Convection
expected to be limited today and have no confidence to include in
any TAF at this time. Surface winds becoming ene 10 kts or less.
Atl confidence... 12z update...
medium to high confidence on all elements.
Preliminary point temps pops
Athens 87 65 86 65 10 0 5 5
atlanta 87 68 85 68 10 5 5 5
blairsville 83 58 82 60 20 10 10 5
cartersville 87 64 86 64 10 5 5 5
columbus 89 68 88 68 10 5 10 5
gainesville 86 66 85 66 10 5 5 5
macon 88 66 87 66 10 5 5 5
rome 87 64 87 64 20 10 5 5
peachtree city 87 65 85 64 10 5 5 5
vidalia 89 68 87 68 10 5 5 5
Ffc watches warnings advisories
Short term... Bdl
long term... .20
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