Saturday, January 14, 2012

Snow Arriving Again

Light snow accumulations later today across the Highland Rim, Cumberland Plateau, and Highlands of Tennessee. A fast moving clipper system will skirt our area bringing the chance of snow later this Saturday afternoon. Winds will pick up and gust to 20 mph later today. Accumulations of around 1/2" are possible, especially over the northern portions of the Cumberland Plateau.

For tonight, the snow continues through about 9 pm and roads may become slippery, especially on the secondary roads and bridges/overpasses. Temperatures will drop to our 23° by Sunday morning...slow down when driving on potentially icy roads.

Sunday's weather will be a little nicer with sunny skies and highs in the mid 40's.  Not as cold Sunday night with a low of 32° under a partly cloudy sky.

For the Martin Luther King national holiday, we expect an isolated shower or two becoming more numerous on Monday night. Highs Monday around 50° and the low 45°. For much more on the 7-day forecast, click the link below.

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