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Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Nashville Tennessee
938 am CDT Sat Aug 30 2014

Update...
showers and isolated thunder continuing to work northward mainly western
areas of the middle state this morning with inceasing coverage during the
afternoon along with more embedded thunder. Heavy downpours look likely
by late afternoon and into the evening. 3 hour flash flood guidance
values are fairly high from 2.5 to 3.25 inches...however there are
pockets such as southern Davidson and along the upper Cumberland
where numbers are closer to 1.75 to 2 inches due to more recent
rainfall. Deep moisture plume streaming northward from western Gulf
of Mexico will continue to feed up through the lower Mississippi
Valley and into western Tennessee Valley through Sunday. Upper
trough positioned to our northwest will remain in place through
12z Monday before taking on more of a zonal type pattern with much
stronger westerlies across northern U.S.

Temperatures look on track toward current forecast highs for today. Where
it rains temperatures will fall back at least temporarily.



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Ohx watches/warnings/advisories...
none.

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Boyd
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