Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 7:40AM||Sunset 7:00PM||Tuesday October 16, 2018 2:12 PM EDT (18:12 UTC)||Moonrise 1:37PM||Moonset 11:55PM||Illumination 47%|
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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
national weather service peachtree city ga
202 pm edt Tue oct 16 2018
Prev discussion issued 1217 pm edt Tue oct 16 2018
clouds starting to scatter out across the atlanta metro area, and
should see blue skies across much of forecast area except north
ga. Clouds will fill back in as surface front moves across area
from NW to SE this afternoon and evening. Have only made minor
tweaks to temperatures and pops based upon latest trends. Updated
forecasts issued shortly.
Prev discussion... Issued 402 am edt Tue oct 16 2018
short term today through Wednesday ...
expecting gradual increase in pops today as a slow progression cold
front sags southward into the area. Some isentropic forcing could
allow for some isolated showers ahead of the front anytime this
morning across the northern majority of the area, though the
greatest chance will be afternoon into evening and have included
likely to high end chance pops for north ga trending lower into
central ga. Enough conditional instability progged to include slight
chance thunder for the southern majority of the area, though
thinking the front will mainly bring a light to moderate soaking
rain to the north of 0.25-0.50 inches total qpf.
Wednesday should have some isolated shower potential mainly in the
morning to early afternoon to central portions of the area where the
front lingers, though becomes more moisture starved diffuse by
afternoon so actually went dry by that time.
Temps today with rather strong gradient given aforementioned
boundary. While parts of the north will struggle to make it in the
70s, areas in central georgia may actually flirt with record highs
in the upper 80s to low 90s. Wednesday will have a welcomed more
autumn like airmass about 10 degrees cooler and close to climo.
long term Wednesday night through Monday ...
the start of the long term will be dry.
The next cold front will move across the area mainly on Saturday
with the first rain chances over far north georgia on Friday with
rain chances increasing quickly over far N ga Friday night.
Saturday looks to start out on the wet side but precip should be
diminishing and ending late or the first part of Saturday evening.
Instability is limited with just a slight chance of thunderstorms
over mainly central ga on Saturday. The GFS is wetter with this system
to start than the european with both models moving the front and
moisture through the area rather quickly.|
Sunday and Monday look to be dry.
Temperatures are expected to start out within a few degrees of normal
and briefly warm about 6-12 degrees above normal just ahead of the cold
front Friday night then dropping to below normal over the weekend.
records for 10-16
max temperature min temperature
station high low high low
------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
kahn 89 1920 60 1977 65 1985 35 1939
1919 1959 1984
katl 85 1941 57 1997 69 1925 38 1939
kcsg 92 1919 62 1959 71 1925 37 1955
kmcn 88 2015 59 1898 71 1928 35 1987
MVFRVFR conditions will continue through 04-07z when MVFR cigs
and visibilities will set. Atl area and ahn will deteriorate to
ifr before improving after 15z tomorrow. Winds will favor north
and northwest-west at 5-10kts.
Atl confidence... 18z update...
medium to high confidence.
Preliminary point temps pops
Athens 82 62 75 50 40 40 20 0
atlanta 80 60 71 52 50 40 20 0
blairsville 71 53 66 40 60 50 30 0
cartersville 72 55 68 46 60 50 30 0
columbus 87 65 79 56 30 30 20 5
gainesville 77 59 71 49 50 40 30 0
macon 88 65 81 55 30 30 20 5
rome 70 55 68 46 60 50 30 0
peachtree city 82 59 73 51 40 30 20 5
vidalia 90 69 86 61 20 20 10 5
Ffc watches warnings advisories
Short term... Atwell
long term... .Bdl
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