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Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Nashville Tennessee
1158 am CDT Thursday Oct 23 2014

Update...added aviation section for 18z taf's.

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Aviation...bna/ckv/csv...band of middle-level moisture will bring
some cloudiness to middle Tennessee this afternoon and evening,
but any ceilings that develop will remain VFR. Expecting overnight and
early morning radiation fog once again at ckv. Elsewhere, look for
VFR weather through the taf period with light/calm winds tonight and
tomorrow morning.

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Previous discussion... /issued 803 am CDT Thursday Oct 23 2014/

Morning update...

Updated the forecast to end the frost advisory and remove frost
wording from the zones. Everything else on track. Update out in a
few.

Previous discussion... /issued 647 am CDT Thursday Oct 23 2014/

Update...for 12z aviation

Aviation...

Surface high pressure has led to good radiational cooling across
middle Tennessee...resulting in frost and/or fog. IFR-MVFR fog will
affect ckv on and off through 14z. But thereafter...all terminals
will see VFR conditions and light NE winds through most of this
taf period. Other than a few higher clouds advecting in towards
dawn Friday...high pressure overhead will again allow fog to form
across portions of middle Tennessee. Looks like csv will have the best
chance for fog so went IFR there towards 12z Friday...with MVFR
visibilities elsewhere for late in this 24-hour taf period.

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Ohx watches/warnings/advisories...
none.

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