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ACSL in Newark, NJ?!
« on: February 16, 2017, 09:36:02 PM »
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2017/02/16 20:51 KEWR 162051Z 30025G33KT 10SM SCT047 SCT090
02/M10 A2964 RMK AO2 PK WND 29033/2046 SLP035 ACSL OHD
T00221100 53012

I have to admit that I had not tested this particular possible remark in my limited METAR translations on my site. I was pleased that the code worked, of course. But I was surprised to see it from Newark, which is one of the most visited airports in my career. Granted, there are 'hills' to the west, but none that I would call "a topographic barrier" (as described as the common cause of this cloud type by the NWS).

I would expect these to be quite common from the left coast to just past the Rockies. Also along the Smokies or even the Boston 'Mountains'. Any of you mid-westerner's see thes very often?