Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KOHX 231528

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
928 AM CST Fri Feb 23 2018




Mid morning conditions were showery over our far northwest
counties, with partly to mostly cloudy skies elsewhere. Temps
were in the 60s. For the rest of the morning, showers will
continue to be scattered over the northwest with little or no rain
elsewhere. In the afternoon, there will be isolated to scattered
showers across the Mid State. Pops will be lowest over the far
south, and up to 50 percent in the far northwest. The good news is
that most areas will have mainly dry conditions today as we
anticipate possible heavy rainfall Saturday evening. Afternoon
highs are still expected to reach the 70s with southwest winds
10-15 mph.

The forecast was recently updated to focus rain chances in the
northwest for this morning, and to adjust hourly temp trends.



Conditions have improve greatly from last night and all terminals
are showing VFR. These conditions are expected to continue through
most of this TAF cycle with winds shifting around to the west this
afternoon, then northerly tonight for KCKV/KBNA/KMQY as a boundary
slips in from the north.  KCSV should remain out of the south.

Additional rainfall will move in late in the cycle after 06Z
Saturday, which will degrade flight conditions at all mid-state
terminals to at least IFR.


Flood Watch through late Saturday night for Cheatham-Davidson-



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