Moderate Probability of Delays Expected at Nashville International (BNA) on June 30, 2020

Delays are expected at Nashville International (BNA) today. All times on this page are displayed in local time for Nashville International .

Risk Beginning Ending Details
Low 10:00 AM on 6/30 1:00 PM on 6/30 More information
Medium 1:00 PM on 6/30 9:00 PM on 6/30 More information
Low 9:00 PM on 6/30 7:00 PM on 12/31 More information

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Low Probability of Delays Between 10:00 AM on 6/30 and 1:00 PM on 6/30

During this time period the airport expects to experience rain in the forecast which will cause a low likelihood that flights will experience delays.

Here is a look at what the forecast conditions are and what is required for normal operation:

Normal Forecast
Conditions None Rain

Visibility Greater than 2 10
Wind Less than 11.8 MPH 3.5 MPH
Clouds Higher than 1,000 Overcast at 5,000

Depending on the severity of the rain this may have no impact on your flight. Light rain is typically OK to take off and land through, but heavier rain may be something that your pilot decides to wait out on the ground.

Medium Probability of Delays Between 1:00 PM on 6/30 AND 9:00 PM on 6/30

During this time period the airport expects to experience thunderstorms which will cause a medium likelihood that flights will experience delays.

Thunderstorms are potentially deadly for aircraft, mainly because of the unpredictable and severe winds that are associated with these storms. That wind causes a significant risk to landing aircraft and so airports will typically close during thunderstorms.

Lightning can also cause a hazard to ground staff, so airports may decide to stop servicing aircraft on the ground during these storms and for a period of time after they have passed.

Here is a look at what the forecast conditions are and what is required for normal operation:

Normal Forecast
Conditions None Thunderstorms, rain

Visibility Greater than 2 10
Wind Less than 11.8 MPH 4.7 MPH
Clouds Higher than 1,000 Overcast at 5,000

Low Probability of Delays Between 9:00 PM on 6/30 and 7:00 PM on 12/31

During this time period the airport expects to experience rain in the forecast which will cause a low likelihood that flights will experience delays.

Here is a look at what the forecast conditions are and what is required for normal operation:

Normal Forecast
Conditions None Rain

Visibility Greater than 2 10
Wind Less than 11.8 MPH 4.7 MPH
Clouds Higher than 1,000 Overcast at 5,000

Depending on the severity of the rain this may have no impact on your flight. Light rain is typically OK to take off and land through, but heavier rain may be something that your pilot decides to wait out on the ground.

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