Thursday, January 24, 2013

Cold Thursday with Winter Precipitation Friday

An urgent winter weather message from the National Weather Service for a Winter Weather Advisory for late on Thursday night into Friday. We'll see the air aloft warm while the air at ground level will remain cold setting up perfect conditions for sleet and freezing rain. At this point it appears the most likely area for a long-term ice event is in the eastern Highland Rim and Cumberland Plateau. The advisory is in effect for the Cookeville area from midnight tonight through 6 pm on Friday. Up to 2/10ths of an inch of ice is expected. This could cause major travel difficulties.

*Colorful Maps at NWS-Nashville*

For today (Thursday), expect a cold north wind and temps to only moderate into the lower 30's this afternoon under a mainly sunny sky. The rest of the forecast is below.

*Winter Weather Advisory*

*Latest Local Forecast*

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