Accumulations up to a half inch are possible as far south as the Interstate 40
Smokey Barn News Sunday November 16, 2014 Robertson County, Tenn.
. Winter weather advisory now in effect from midnight tonight to 10 am cst Monday… * locations… Northwest middle Tennessee… Including Clarksville… Dover… Waverly… Springfield and Dickson. * accumulations… Around 1 inch of snow and sleet.* main impact… Slick roads… Especially bridges.
Precautionary/preparedness actions… A winter weather advisory means that periods of snow… Sleet… Or freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for slippery roads and limited visibilities… And use caution while driving.
A low pressure system and cold front will bring precipitation to the mid state through Monday morning. A cold front will change rain over to snow and sleet across northwest sections of the mid state tonight. By daybreak Monday… Around 1 inch of snow and sleet will accumulate… As temperatures drop to freezing. Slick roads are likely to develop… Especially bridges.
Travel problems will likely develop over the northwest as a wintry mix develops this evening and turns to mainly snow and sleet during the overnight hours…with temperatures falling through the lower 30s and into the upper 20s by sunrise Monday.
The best chance for snow and sleet over other areas will develop during rush hour Monday morning. Some slick spots may develop on area roadways…especially along and north of the I-40 corridor. This includes the Nashville Metro area and commuters should expect some travel delays during Monday morning rush hour.
Conditions will improve quickly by lunchtime Monday as the precipitation ends and temperatures rise above freezing.
National Weather Service for Nashville Tennessee
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