FXUS64 KOHX 171752
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
1252 PM CDT Tue Jul 17 2018
FOR 18Z AVIATION DISCUSSION.
A few isolated storms have developed over the Plateau this
morning. Expect additional development over areas mainly south of
I-40 this afternoon where dewpoints are in the mid to upper 70s.
A weak front, draped across northern Middle Tennessee and southern
Kentucky, is characterized by a shift from southerly to northerly
winds. Lower dewpoints exist further north into Kentucky and
Indiana. Don't expect that drier air to make it this far south
until late this afternoon and overnight. Until then, will keep at
least chance pops running through the afternoon with diminishing
chances this evening. Still expecting temperatures to reach the
low 90s for highs this afternoon.
18Z TAF DISCUSSION.
Scattered storms have developed mainly south of I-40 and along the
Cumberland Plateau. Most likely terminal to experience brief
impacts from these will be CSV, although I have left mention of
vicinity storms at MQY through the afternoon as the potential for
continuing development will extend up to I-40. Drier air will
filter into the mid-state this evening allowing for mostly clear
skies and VFR conditions for the remainder of the forecast. Winds
will be light and out of the north tonight into Wednesday.
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