Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KOHX 240520

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
1120 PM CST Mon Jan 23 2017




Minor update tonight with the upper low on the east coast. Cloud
cover is slowly working its way out of the area, and model
consensus has clear skies by Tuesday afternoon. With dewpoints
currently in the 30s across the area, if skies clear a bit
earlier, temps may cool down a bit more than forecasted. For now,
have lows in the mid 30s west and mid to upper 30s east where the
cloud cover will hold on a bit longer. Models also want to put fog
over the east with the additional moisture from rain as well as
cooling temperatures behind the low. Have in mention of fog with
higher elevations possibly seeing dense fog overnight. Otherwise,
no major changes to the forecast.



Mostly MVFR cigs behind yesterday`s system for Middle TN, however
the exception will be KCSV. Almost all of the hi-res guidance is
suggesting the current IFR vis at KCSV will get worse overnight
and last through 15Z -- even with a good breeze still going on. As
the winds relax a little around midnight, look for LIFR to VLIFR
conditions to settle in over KCSV.

Winds will continue to blow out of the NW for the next couple of
hours then relax after midnight. A little southeasterly breeze
will pick back up Tuesday afternoon as a weak surface ridge move
east of the region.





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