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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for McMinnville, TN

June 25, 2024 12:39 AM CDT (05:39 UTC) Change Location
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Area Discussion for - Nashville, TN
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Nashville TN 1231 AM CDT Tue Jun 25 2024

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UPDATE
Issued at 825 PM CDT Mon Jun 24 2024

Forecast remains on track with cool overnight lows thanks to the cooler and drier airmass we saw today. Our folks throughout the Upper Cumberland will see temps drop into the upper 50s while the rest of us see temps in the 60s. Those cooler temps in the early morning hours wont last long though as daytime highs climb right back into the 90s Tuesday. Our W counties will be the warmest with highs in the upper 90s. On the plus side, dewpoints in the 60s tomorrow will help those temperatures be a little more bearable.
Looking ahead, still expecting precip chances to increase by late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

SHORT TERM
(Rest of today through Tuesday)
Issued at 1117 AM CDT Mon Jun 24 2024

Sunny, cooler and less humid day across Middle Tennessee today thanks to a cold front that moved through the region last night, with current temperatures in the 80s and dewpoints in the upper 50s to mid 60s. Highs will only reach the mid 80s to low 90s today thanks to this cooler and drier airmass, with lows tonight quite nice for late June in the upper 50s on the Plateau and 60s elsewhere. Unfortunately, this cooldown will be short lived as upper ridging aloft builds back in. With the dry airmass remaining in place, temps will heat up quickly with mid to upper 90s expected for all but the Plateau. Thankfully, the lower dewpoints will help to make it feel not quite so hot tomorrow.

LONG TERM
(Tuesday Night through next Monday)
Issued at 1117 AM CDT Mon Jun 24 2024

Tuesday night into Wednesday, an upper trough will sink southward from the northern Plains and Great Lakes, shoving the upper ridge well to our west. An associated cold front will also move southward across Middle Tennessee on Wednesday night into Thursday morning. With high levels of moisture in place shown by GFS PWATs forecast to be near or over 2 inches, anticipating scattered to numerous showers and storms across the area on Wednesday - especially in the afternoon hours. Forecast soundings aren`t very impressive with modest CAPE, mid level lapse rates close to 5 C/km, and deep layer shear less than 20 knots. Nevertheless, could still see a few strong to maybe severe pulse storms due to the high moisture levels, with wet microbursts containing potentially damaging winds the main threat. SPC has highlighted much of the midstate in a marginal risk for Wednesday.

Rain chances will end on Thursday with another fairly "cool" day expected thanks to the post-cold frontal airmass. Unfortunately, the upper ridge to our west is forecast to build eastward and strengthen significantly, with 500mb heights rising to near 598dm. This will bring us at least two very hot days on Friday and Saturday with highs in the 90s to near 100 areawide. Saturday in particular appears likely to need our first Heat Advisory for the year as the combination of heat and dewpoints in the upper 60s and low 70s will lead to widespread heat index values of 105 to 110.
Luckily, another upper trough will swing through from Saturday night into Sunday and erode the upper ridge a tad. This will cool us down slightly for Sunday plus bring us another round of scattered showers and storms.

AVIATION
(06Z TAFS)
Issued at 1230 AM CDT Tue Jun 25 2024

Light and variable to calm winds overnight will gradually shift around to the south-southwest and increase to about 5 kts after daybreak. Skies look to be clear through the TAF period with no restictions to VIS expected.

PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS
Nashville 98 74 95 72 / 0 10 50 60 Clarksville 96 74 91 69 / 0 20 40 40 Crossville 90 67 91 65 / 0 0 60 60 Columbia 97 71 97 70 / 0 10 50 60 Cookeville 92 70 91 68 / 0 10 60 60 Jamestown 91 69 91 67 / 0 10 60 60 Lawrenceburg 96 71 95 69 / 0 0 50 60 Murfreesboro 98 71 97 70 / 0 10 60 60 Waverly 97 73 92 69 / 0 10 50 50

OHX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
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