Area Forecast Discussion
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
645 AM CDT FRI SEP 30 2016




Stacked upper low over central Kentucky this morning will move
little during the day but begin to lift northward tonight and be
centered over east central Indiana by 12z Saturday as it heads
toward lower Great Lakes. Think we will once again see scattered
showers and isolated thunderstorms today mainly interstate 40
northward and also on Saturday but should be fewer on Saturday and
mainly along Kentucky border. Dry Sunday through the middle of
next week then rain chances increase latter part of the work week
as Pacific front moves in from the west. Seasonal temps next
couple of days then highs in the 80`s next week.




Upper low centered in north central KY will continue to wobble and
be the major player in flying weather across the Mid State. Ample
low level moisture has allowed for fog and low stratus to be an
issue this morning with low stratus being favored at CKV and BNA.
Fog has begun to lift to low stratus at CSV. Ceilings should
continue to slowly improve throughout the daylight hours today
before dropping again tonight. A few showers associated with the
upper low will be possible at CKV and BNA. Winds today will have a
westerly component around 5 kts before calming tonight.





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