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|Sunrise 5:29AM||Sunset 8:08PM||Sunday June 25, 2017 3:56 AM CDT (08:56 UTC)||Moonrise 7:16AM||Moonset 9:40PM||Illumination 2%|
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national weather service nashville tn
214 am cdt Sun jun 25 2017
Pretty quiet at forecast time in middle tn. Looking around the
region, the only thing of note right now is a batch of light rain
that has just crossed the mississippi river and is spreading along
the ms tn state line. This could be part of a mid-level shortwave
attached to the larger pattern over the NE CONUS that is tapping
into what little moisture we still have lingering around. Goes-16
water vapor imagery isn't showing much in the way of a disturbance,
so I don't expect these showers to amount to much. The hrrr does
show some activity in this area, but has it petering out around 12z
after reaching our southern counties. Will add in a slight chance
prior to 12z with a pre-first period in the zones.
Shy of that feature, the only thing around middle tn this morning is
some high clouds and even those should thin out as we go through the
day. More dry air will filter into the state and temperatures the
next couple of days are going to be magnificent. Low 80s -- a
solid 6 ot 8 degrees below normal -- for highs. The only wrench is
the forecast through Tuesday is a shortwave that could bring us
some showers early Tuesday morning. The NAM is really aggressive
with QPF but the GFS and the euro have the energy with this wave
weakening with time and we could be lucky to get a tenth of an
inch out of it. Will maintain just a chance pop for now, but any
rain with it should be gone by midday Tuesday.
High pressure will follow Tuesday morning's shower activity, but it
will be very short lived. In fact, that surface ridge gets east of
us quickly and puts right back into a southerly return flow.|
Temperatures Wednesday and Thursday will be right back to normal
with the rh values climbing.
Models are in pretty decent agreement about rain chances returning
Friday afternoon as some diurnal activity gets a chance to rear its
head again. This would be much closer to a summertime-like setup,
however, the trend looks like a rather disturbed pattern for next
weekend. Will carry a chance pop for the whole weekend for now, but
this will likely need to be increased with future forecast packages.
06z TAF discussion.
Sfc high pressure will build in and dominate through the taf
period. Other than some mid and high level cloudiness through 17z,
weather conditions will be benign.
Preliminary point temps pops
Nashville 83 60 81 58 82 0 0 0 30 10
clarksville 82 57 79 56 80 0 0 0 30 10
crossville 75 54 75 52 74 0 0 0 20 20
columbia 83 58 81 57 81 0 0 0 30 20
lawrenceburg 82 57 81 57 81 0 0 0 20 20
waverly 82 58 80 57 80 0 0 0 30 10
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