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|Sunrise 6:07AM||Sunset 7:30PM||Wednesday August 21, 2019 6:44 AM CDT (11:44 UTC)||Moonrise 10:58PM||Moonset 11:35AM||Illumination 67%|
7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Rural Hill, TNHourly EDIT Help
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area forecast discussion
national weather service nashville tn
611 am cdt Wed aug 21 2019
For 12z aviation discussion.
Unsettled pattern set to continue next bunch of days as a
weak front across the oh valley works slowly south and
sets up over the region.
Weak complex that pushed though last evening now well south
but has left a few very weak boundaries floating around the
mid-state. Brief weak upper ridging will set us this morning
but quickly weaken tonight as upper trough approaches. A front
expected in the vicinity Thu will be well north today but
development is expected later today with help of lingering
boundaries. Deep moisture still not in place however thus expect
activity to be isolated to scattered at best.
By Thu morning, cold front drops into the northern tn valley and
moisture advection gets into gear. We are likely to see isolated
showers storms tonight, but later Thu is when more widespread
development will begin. And right now it looks as if we will stay
in this unsettled pattern at least into early next week.
Frontal boundary to our north tomorrow expected to sink to
the ky border by 12z fri, just south of the area around 12z
sat, then a little further south on Sun mon. Through that period,
moderate-deep moisture axis remains over the region while weak|
shortwaves pass. This spells an extended period of showers
storms developing, and especially on Sun through much of mon
when fairly sharp upper trough swings across. Development will
be most numerous in the afternoons when instability more elevated.
Parameters overall however are such that severe chances on lower
end. A few strong storms however definitely in the equation.
Upper ridge builds in behind this trough axis Tue Wed but it
is not too clean. At least isolated storms will continue those
days as well.
Temps and dewpoints will be up there again today but heat indices
not likely to be as high as on tue. No advisory planned. After
today, a bit of a break from the heat setting up but summer is
12z TAF discussion.
Bna mqy ckv csv... We begin the day with some radiation fog and low
stratus at ckv,VFR elsewhere. The atmosphere remains moist and
unstable today, so look for afternoon showers and a few storms to
develop. Our rain chances increase somewhat tonight as a surface
boundary closes in on middle tennessee from the northwest.
Ohx watches warnings advisories
Discussion... ... 07
aviation... ... ..08
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|Nashville, Nashville International Airport, TN||4 mi||52 min||SSE 3||10.00 mi||Partly Cloudy||73°F||68°F||84%||1017.2 hPa|
|Smyrna, Smyrna Airport, TN||10 mi||49 min||N 0||10.00 mi||Fair||71°F||70°F||96%||1006.7 hPa|
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