Area Forecast Discussion
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
731 PM CDT Mon May 29 2017




While a little light rain is still possible on the Cumberland
Plateau over the next hour or two, any significant rain in Middle
TN has come to an end for the night. Clouds will remain, however.
Look for temperatures to fall into the low 60s by morning.

The only other change I made was to split up tomorrow`s PoP grids
and remove any thunderstorms wording for the morning hours.
Latest guidance would suggest widely scattered thunderstorms
developing during the early afternoon hours on Tuesday and
sticking around into the evening hours. There will be some
instability around due to temperatures climbing into the 80s, but
with no real lifting mechanism in place, only expecting general
thunderstorms at this time. Updates on the way.



Although most convection remains to south/east of CSV, can not
totally rule out a stray vcnty light shwr thru 30/03Z. Otherwise,
VFR thru 30/12Z, expect for some MVFR fog formation CSV 30/08Z-30/14Z.
Developing weather pattern should be conducive to bkn ci CKV thru
30/24Z. As a weak cold front moves into mid state around 30/12Z,
enough moisture may pool across cntrl and srn portions of mid
state allowing for cu and ac development BNA 30/12Z-30/24Z. As
this front progresses into ern portions of mid state with
expected best moisture, instability, and diurnal orographic atm
lifting influences, VCTS CSV possible 30/18Z-30/24Z.





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