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Garland, TN

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Sunrise 7:12AMSunset 6:15PM Saturday October 23, 2021 2:59 PM CDT (19:59 UTC) Moonrise 8:07PMMoonset 9:59AM Illumination 92% Phase: Waning Gibbous; Moon at 18 days in cycle
NOTE: Some of the data on this page has not been verified and should be used with that in mind. It may and occasionally will, be wrong. The tide reports are by xtide and are NOT FOR NAVIGATION.
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Garland, TN
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Area Discussion for - Memphis, TN
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FXUS64 KMEG 231714 AFDMEG

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Memphis TN 1214 PM CDT Sat Oct 23 2021

UPDATE. Aviation Discussion.

PREV DISCUSSION . /issued 411 AM CDT Sat Oct 23 2021/

A few showers are moving across northern Arkansas this morning. These showers will continue to push east into our northern counties this morning. They will persist through the morning hours, but the rest of the forecast area should remain dry today. A great day is expected across the Mid South as temperatures rebound into the lower 80s this afternoon. We continue to warm on Sunday ahead of a cold front that will push through the region late Sunday night into early Monday morning. The Storm Prediction Center has maintained the Enhanced Risk for the extreme northwestern portions of our area, and a Slight Risk for areas along and west of the Mississippi River.

As discussed in previous forecasts . the ingredients for strong to severe storms will be around but they may not all line up at the same time for a widespread severe event for our forecast area. As we get into Sunday night the wind fields in the atmosphere will be conducive for strong to severe storms, but the instability as we go through the night could be lacking. That's not to say that we won't get storms, but they should be weakening as the push east into the area as the atmosphere should be lacking the fuel needed to maintain severe updrafts. As of now, the best area where all of these things overlap will be across northeast Arkansas and as we go through the night that area shifts south over the Mississippi Delta and points westward over south central Arkansas. The overall evolution still suggests that this will start as supercells across central Arkansas and then evolve into a line or broken line of storms with damaging winds being the main threat. However, hail and tornadoes will still be a possibility as these storms move through. Heavy rain will also be possible with these storms and the Weather Prediction Center maintains a Marginal Risk for Excessive Rainfall Sunday for a portion of the Mid South. We will have to watch and see how exactly all this evolves Sunday night. Stay weather aware.

Behind this front, we catch a small break Monday night through Tuesday before the next system starts to move into the region Wednesday into Thursday. Guidance is still struggling with timing for this system. The GFS is further north with the parent low moving north of the forecast area and more progressive having the front move through about 6-12 hours faster than the ECMWF. The ECMWF also has the low further south moving across southern Arkansas through central Mississippi. All of this will have a bearing on what we will see here across the Mid South. This also has a the potential to produce strong to severe storms for the Deep South Wednesday into Thursday. The position and track of this system will dictate moisture return and that will dictate how far north the severe threat will reach. There are a whole lot more questions than answers in regards to this system and we will have to monitor this situation going into next week. Either way rain looks to be a good bet by mid week. Temperatures through the period should remain at or above normal.

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AVIATION. 18z TAFS

Dry conditions are expected at all sites over the next 24-30 hours. Cigs and vis should remain VFR. There may be a brief period between 06 and 12z when LLWS could reach 40kt at JBR and TUP. South winds will remain around 7-10kt this afternoon and overnight, increasing to 10-15kt tomorrow.

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MEG WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES. AR . None. MO . None. MS . None. TN . None.


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Airport Reports
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Millington, Millington Municipal Airport, TN19 mi69 minSSW 710.00 miFair79°F52°F39%1014.6 hPa
Blytheville, Blytheville Municipal Airport, AR21 mi66 minSSW 1010.00 miFair77°F48°F36%1014.3 hPa

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