Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KOHX 242324

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
624 PM CDT Sun Sep 24 2017




After the isolated showers diminish this evening, we should be
looking at a dry forecast coming up for the next seven days. It`s
the kind of forecast that makes you think October might be right
around the corner.

Hurricane Maria, as she passes northward off the Mid-Atlantic
coast mid-week and off into the North Atlantic by week`s end, will
actually bode well for our forecast. On her western flank, and
far away from her center, we`ll see a dry northerly surface flow
develop over our area tomorrow and linger all the way into next

A cold front is expected to bring some extra clouds in by
Wednesday night and Thursday but, right now, it looks like that
front will likely come through with only some sprinkles at best.
Cool Canadian high pressure then builds southeastward across the
Mid-State as we head into the latter part of the week, with lows
dropping into the 50s by Friday. Can`t rule out some upper 40s
along the Cumberland Plateau and along the Highland Rim, around
White House, by next weekend.

High temperatures after Thursday will be mainly in the 70s.



Mostly VFR conditions for this TAF cycle, however there will be
some MVFR/IFR fog at all terminals after 06Z. IFR more likely just
before sunrise.

Winds will be light to calm through the cycle.





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