Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KOHX 281703

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
1203 PM CDT WED SEP 28 2016




Cold front currently extending from Michigan across north central
Illinois then back up into South Dakota will dive south today and
into northwest Middle Tennessee by mid afternoon and continue to
push through the Mid State as we go into the early evening. Look
for a wind shift to accompany frontal passage with wind gusts this
afternoon around 22 mph. I have a shower chance in the forecast
for this afternoon for all but the far southwestern areas. Highs
this afternoon should get up into the upper 70`s to around 80 most
areas. Air mass behind the front will reinforce the cooler Autumn
temps now in place. Broad upper level cyclone will sink southward
from Great Lakes region and bring a small rain chance to the mid
state each period right into Saturday. Temps will be closer to
climatology at least through the weekend before warming into the
80`s next week.



BNA/CKV/CSV...Cold front is bearing down on Middle Tennessee, with
FROPA taking place during the afternoon and evening. Only
scattered showers are expected with the front, and will handle
with VCSH remarks for now. Conditions should remain VFR until
late tonight and Thursday morning when MVFR cigs develop. Look
for gusty winds this afternoon as winds shift to the NW, then
diminishing during the evening.





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