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Hiawassee, GA

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Sunrise 6:27AMSunset 8:35PM Sunday May 20, 2018 1:52 PM EDT (17:52 UTC) Moonrise 10:39AMMoonset 12:01AM Illumination 33% Phase: Waxing Crescent; Moon at 6 days in cycle
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Marine Forecasts
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Hiawassee, GA
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Area Discussion for - Peachtree City, GA
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area forecast discussion
national weather service peachtree city ga
754 am edt Sun may 20 2018

Prev discussion issued 420 am edt Sun may 20 2018
short term today through Monday ...

a moist airmass will remain across the area. Pwats of 1 to 1.5
inches this afternoon will increase Monday to 1.5 to 2 inches.

Convection today will once again be isolated to scattered across the
area as weak upper level ridging persists. A weak upper low over
the fl panhandle by tonight should aid in development to our south
and west and will need to watch west central ga through this
evening. Have once again opted to keep pops in the chance category
through this evening, as instability is moderate with little shear.

Any thunderstorms should remain below severe limits, but given the
pwats cannot rule out locally heavy rainfall with and storm that
does develop. As far as clouds, expect mainly mid and high clouds
this afternoon - mainly over central ga - and should see good
afternoon heating with temperatures near or just above yesterday
high temperatures. Have stayed close to a blend of guidance once
again today. Light south to southwest winds will prevail.

Overnight, any convection should diminish in coverage and intensity,
with patch fog developing in any areas impacted by heavy showers or
thunderstorms. As the upper low moves closer to cwa, expect
temperatures over central ga may be a degree or two cooler than
tonight. Light south winds will begin to shift to southeast.

As the upper low treks into east-central al by tomorrow, rain chance
will increase to good chance likely over central ga as well as far
north ga. Cloud cover should be more plentiful, with afternoon
temperatures cooler than yesterday or today. Southeast winds will
continue near 5 mph.

Atwell
long term Monday night through Saturday ...

really not expecting much of a pattern change through the extended
forecast period. The long term forecast period now begins Monday
night where a broad scale view of the mid levels reveals a weak
ridge of high pressure in place over the southeast and lower ms
valley as a deep closed low digs into the great basin region of the
western us. Despite favoring larger scale forcing for descent
underneath the SE ridge... 00z guidance depicts a weak area of mid
level low pressure under the ridge located across SE al. This
disturbance will likely allow for isolated to scattered
showers isolated rumbles of thunder to linger across the area late
into the night... ESP across southwest portions of the cwa. This low
is expected to slowly meander under the ridge over georgia Tuesday
and through Wednesday. Although this feature should supply some
degree of additional forcing for ascent for precip... Think overall
conditions will be largely diurnal with best coverage during the
afternoon and evening both Tuesday and Wednesday... With isolated
showers continuing into the overnight.

By Thursday... Evidence of the weak low becomes less defined with
more of a ridge influence in the mid and upper levels. Unfortunately
the lower level regime will remain largely unchanged as persistent
high pressure over the atlantic continues to advect a very moist
airmass into the region. This will continue the chance for afternoon
and evening thunderstorms albeit not quite as widespread.

By the end of the week and into the weekend... Discrepancy still
exists in regards to the development of low pressure across the
northern gulf. While both the 00z ec and GFS show some degree of the
remnants of georgia's early week area of low pressure retrograding
into the gulf and redeveloping... The ec shows a better influx of
moisture from the caribbean. Regardless... Both models continue to
depict the development of low pressure troughing in the northern
gulf. In addition... Does not really matter whether the system
becomes tropical or not... It needs to be understood that this system
would have excellent access to deep gulf moisture and would provide
another mechanism for moderate to heavy precip across the region.

Will need to carefully watch this system given the persistent wet
pattern leading up to its possible development.

Kovacik

Aviation
12z update...

expect scatteredVFR to prevail at atl area & ahn TAF sites
through 19-21z followed by bknVFR, with lowVFR high MVFR over
csg mcn. Patchy ifr MVFR visibility possible should improve
quickly (13-14z)as fog is shallow. Winds will be light, initially
favoring sw-s shifting to s-se 16-18z. Wind speeds should remain
below 6kts.

Atl confidence... 12z update...

medium to high confidence all elements.

Atwell

Preliminary point temps pops
Athens 84 65 82 64 40 30 40 40
atlanta 84 67 79 66 50 40 50 40
blairsville 83 61 79 60 50 30 60 40
cartersville 86 66 81 64 50 30 50 50
columbus 86 68 82 68 40 40 60 50
gainesville 84 65 80 64 50 40 40 40
macon 84 67 82 67 40 30 50 50
rome 88 66 82 65 40 20 50 40
peachtree city 85 66 80 65 50 30 50 50
vidalia 82 68 83 68 50 30 40 50

Ffc watches warnings advisories
None.

Short term... Atwell
long term... .Kovacik
aviation... Atwell


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Andrews-Murphy Airport, NC20 mi58 minW 92.00 miHeavy Rain69°F63°F82%1022.7 hPa

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