Cookeville (Putnam County) 1.5 inches
McMinnville (Warrne County) 3.0 inches
Woodbury (Cannon County) 3.0 inches
Murfreesboro (Rutherford) 4.0 inches
Manchester (Coffee County) 4.0 inches
Tullahoma (Coffee County) 4.5 inches
Chapel Hill (Marshall County) 4.8 inches
Lawrenceburg (Lawrence County) 6.0 inches
Pulaski (Giles County) 7.0
Columbia (Murray County) 8.0 inches
Lewisburg (Marsahll County) 8.3 inches
Shelbyville (Bedford County) 9.0 inches
Crockett County, TN 19.0 inches!
I've seen reports of 12 inches of accumulated snow in Jackson, TN. Saw another report of snow drifts to 20 inches in Tipton County, TN near Covington.
Speaking of Jackson, TN..they've broken their ALL-TIME record for a one-day snowfall event by receiving 12.5"..the old record was 11.4" set December 22, 1963...
CoCoRaHS Reports will come in throughout the morning and I expect a much longer list soon. You can see those reports by going to the CoCoRaHS site. Click on TN in dropdown box!
Back here in Cookeville, our snow ends early this morning with highs only in the 30's. Snow will melt from the roads, but will stick around in yards. Some are already asking about schools. That decision won't be made until much later today. The winds will be very blustery at times...could go as high as 30 mph, so dress warmly!
Alabama is getting hit with the same type situation that struck West TN overnight. Very heavy snow going on right now. Travel is discouraged in much of the state.