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FXUS64 KOHX 211947
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
247 PM CDT Mon Aug 21 2017

.DISCUSSION...

Weak high pressure is situated to our east, granting us one last
day and night of dry weather before the next surface system begins
to affect Middle Tennessee. Tonight will be especially muggy as
low temperatures settle in the low to mid 70's most locations.
Tomorrow, a southward moving surface boundary will join forces
with a developing shortwave to bring widespread showers and
thunderstorms to the mid state, with the best chances holding off
until tomorrow night and Wednesday. At this time, the SPC has most
of Middle Tennessee under a marginal risk of severe storms
tomorrow and tomorrow night. Beginning Wednesday, look for
considerably cooler temperatures as the front sinks to our south,
with cooler-than-normal readings lasting right through the
weekend and into the first part of next week. Isolated showers may
reappear this weekend, with a better chance for active weather
starting off next week as a tropical system supposedly comes
ashore somewhere along the western Gulf of Mexico.

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.AVIATION...
18Z TAF DISCUSSION.

Mostly scattered cu around the TAF sites. Winds will remain light
and generally out of the south today and into Tuesday. High clouds
will increase out of the northwest overnight bringing an increase
chance of showers. CKV could see some isolated thunderstorms
before 18z Tuesday. Precip at BNA, MQY, and CSV is expected to
hold off until Tuesday afternoon and evening.


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.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
Nashville 75 92 73 83 63 / 10 40 70 50 10
Clarksville 73 90 70 82 59 / 10 60 60 30 0
Crossville 69 85 69 78 59 / 0 30 60 60 10
Columbia 73 91 72 83 62 / 10 30 60 50 10
Lawrenceburg 72 90 72 83 62 / 10 30 60 50 10
Waverly 74 90 71 82 61 / 10 50 70 40 10

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.OHX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
NONE.

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DISCUSSION......08
AVIATION........11
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