Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KOHX 220214

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
914 PM CDT Mon Oct 21 2019




The remaining showers from the cold front have moved east of I-65
and are pushing northeast. There are still some showers and
isolated thunderstorms in Alabama and expect those to continue to
move northeast and onto the Plateau this evening. There is really
no instability to speak of so have just showers in the forecast. The
clearing line is making great progress and has moved through
Clarksville. This will make steady progress through the night and
by tomorrow morning the only clouds will be over the plateau.
Updated the forecast to adjust cloud cover.

Overnight low temperatures will range from the middle 40s where
it is clear to the lower 50s along the Plateau with the cloud
cover. Will also hold onto some wind in the 5-10 mph range for
the night.



The back edge of the precipitation is pushing through BNA/MQY as
of 23Z. The rain will hang out over CSV until after 03Z.
CKV/BNA/MQY will bounce between MVFR and VFR until the clearing
line reaches them. The clearing line is dragging behind the rain
and won/t reach CKV until after 03Z and BNA/MQY after 05Z. Have
kept CSV MVFR/IFR/LIFR through the night. Even after the rain
clears out the low clouds will hang around. By 13Z CSV should
become VFR.

West to northwest gradient winds will continue for another few
hours with sustained winds 10+kts and occasional gusts of 15 to 20
kts. Westerly wind will pick back up tomorrow with gusts once
again around 20kts.





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