Marine Weather and Tides
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|Sunrise 5:32AM||Sunset 7:52PM||Thursday May 23, 2019 5:50 PM CDT (22:50 UTC)||Moonrise 12:00AM||Moonset 9:39AM||Illumination 76%|
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national weather service nashville tn
315 pm cdt Thu may 23 2019
Model consensus agreement used thru next Tue night. Lean toward
gfs per best model run consistency. Sfc upper level ridging
influences will continue to prevail tonight thru Tue night.
Hot conditions will continue under moclr ptcldy skies.
So when will this end? It looks to be by Thu of next work week.
Strong upper level ridging influences will remain quasi-stationary
thru at least Mon night across the SE contiguous u.S. Until a slow
shift ewd commences. This the result of a strong upper level low
enjoying a tour of the canadian and then continuous u.S. Western
coastline as it moves quasi straight south from Fri night thru the
afternoon hrs on sun, enjoying the beaches of SRN ca before
finally beginning its ewd push. It will move into the desert u.S.
Contiguous SW by Mon afternoon and then begins to elongate open
up. It will continue pushing ene into the cntrl high plains by tue
afternoon. It will then continue pushing eastward but continue
elongated and eventually transitioning to an upper level trough by
the Wed afternoon hrs as this upper level troughing pushing into
the mid ms river valley region. This will weaken the upper level
ridging on the northwest north side as upper level flow becomes
increasingly swly across mid state as Wed afternoon into wed
evening progresses. Upper level flow will eventually become zonal
by next Thu into the later part of next work week as upper level
troughing influences finally dissipate per progression into the
ohio river valley region. A sfc front will move toward the mid
state region on Thu also. This will eventually bring another round
of iso sct shwrs tstms to the mid state region as Wed into thu
progresses with variable sky conditions anticipated.
As for temps, afternoon high temps and overnight low temps will
on average will be 10-13 degrees above seasonal normal values
thru Wed night. Afternoon high temps will generally be in the
lower 90s, upper 80s to around 90 cumberland plateau region.
Overnight lows will range in the mid to upper 60s. Finally
a return to seasonal normal temps expected Thu into Thu night.
It is certainly not out of the question that some record high
temps could be set for some isolated locations west of cumberland
plateau region thru wed. However, it potentially looks like a
string of record high temps could be set thru next Wed for
locations across cumberland plateau region as record high
temps for crossville airport are only in the mid to upper 80s.
18z TAF discussion.
Vfr conditions throughout the forecast period at all sites. Gusty
southwesterly winds will continue this afternoon, the become calm
overnight tonight. Scattered low clouds will eventually dissipate
and we'll be left with a few high clouds overnight and into
Preliminary point temps pops
Nashville 70 92 71 93 69 0 0 0 10 0
clarksville 68 91 69 91 68 0 0 0 10 0
crossville 65 89 67 89 66 0 10 10 10 0
columbia 67 91 69 92 67 0 10 0 0 0
lawrenceburg 69 91 69 92 67 0 10 0 0 0
waverly 67 91 69 91 68 0 0 0 0 0
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|Nashville, Nashville International Airport, TN||4 mi||57 min||Var 6||10.00 mi||Mostly Cloudy||88°F||60°F||39%||1019.7 hPa|
|Smyrna, Smyrna Airport, TN||10 mi||54 min||SW 10||10.00 mi||Fair||87°F||64°F||48%||1010.1 hPa|
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