Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KOHX 241111

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
611 AM CDT Sat Jun 24 2017




Surface front remains situated across the Cumberland Plateau and
southern Middle Tennessee this morning, with a handful of showers
still in progress along the boundary. Will keep low POP`s in over
the Plateau & far south this morning, but fully expect all remaining
activity to exit the mid state by 18Z. In the meantime, look for
significantly cooler, drier air to begin filtering into Middle
Tennessee as high pressure builds over the central Plains.
Significantly cooler-than-normal temperatures will persist for
several days, with morning lows in the 50`s most areas from tonight
through Tuesday night. The surface ridge will shift east of the mid
state by Wednesday, with temperatures trending back to near normal
by the end of the week. Substantial moisture advection and the
approach of a surface front from the northwest will reintroduce
POP`s by Thursday, with rain chances increasing by next weekend.



Clouds are finally beginning to clear out of Middle TN behind
yesterday`s frontal passage. VFR conditions at KCKV/KBNA/KMQY BUT
KCSV will continue to deal with IFR/MVFR cigs for the next several
hours behind VFR returns for the foreseeable future.

Winds will pick up this afternoon and be a little gusty at times.
Northerly gusts of 15-18 kts are likely, but should relax at





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