Monday, December 13, 2010

Special Weather Statement

Tired of winter weather yet? I hope not as more is on the way. Statement from NWS below.

Special Weather Statement
Statement as of 10:32 AM CST on December 13, 2010

....More wintry weather possible mid week...

Low pressure will develop over the Southern Plains and track east toward Tennessee on Wednesday.

Moisture will be drawn northward ahead of the low beginning Tuesday night...and with very cold air in place across the mid-state another round of wintry precipitation
is expected.

The precipitation is expected to begin as areas of light snow late
Tuesday night or early Wednesday.

As warmer air moves in aloft any snow will gradually change over to freezing rain during the day
Wednesday. The potential for freezing rain will continue into the evening hours Wednesday before warmer air works in changing the precipitation to all rain by late Wednesday night.

The best chance for significant accumulations of snow and ice will be to the north and east of Nashville where cold air will linger the longest.

Regardless...hazardous travel conditions will be
possible throughout the midstate beginning late Tuesday night.

Stay tuned to your favorite source for weather information for the latest.

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