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Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Memphis Tennessee
644 PM CDT Friday Sep 19 2014

Update...
updated for 00z aviation discussion.

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Previous discussion... /issued 303 PM CDT Friday Sep 19 2014/

Discussion...

Skies are mostly sunny across the forecast area this afternoon
with temperatures mainly in the 80s. High pressure remains in
place over the northeast U.S. Which should keep things dry tonight
and into Saturday as well. Temperatures will remain above normal
on Saturday with highs in the upper 80s.

A cold front will move into the forecast area on Sunday. Moisture
will be somewhat limited ahead of the front so only scattered
thunderstorms are expected to develop ahead of the front. The cold
front will move through the remainder of the forecast area Sunday
night with only a slight chance of thunderstorms expected mainly
over portions of north Mississippi.

Behind the cold front...cooler and drier will move into the region
by Monday. Highs on Monday will be in the upper 70s to lower 80s.
High pressure will remain in control of the weather for much of
next week. As the high move east of the forecast area by Tuesday
winds will begin to become more southerly and so temperatures will
gradually warm a few degrees. By Wednesday...temperatures will be
pretty close to normal levels and will remain that way through
next Friday.

Ars

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Aviation...

00z taf period

VFR conditions will occur much of the period. Areas of fog forming
late tonight with kmkl and ktup possibly IFR...kmem and kjbr
possibly MVFR. Any fog that may form will lift by 14z tomorrow. Light
winds will occur the rest of this eveving through tonight gradually
turning to the southeast. Winds Saturday morning will be southerly
around 7 kts.

Jpm3

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Meg watches/warnings/advisories...
Arkansas...none.
MO...none.
MS...none.
Tennessee...none.
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