Sunday, January 11, 2009

Monday Night's Accumulating Snow Chance!!!

Here is BNA's take on the potential Monday night snow dance wish. This snow chance will be associated with a clipper type system again and will hopefully affect some of us this go around. Right now the NWS is thinking that areas on the Highland Rim and the Cumberland Plateau will see minor accumulations of around an inch or more. Places N of Nashville say around Portland and possibly Springfield, could see up to an 1/2" of snow. If you live south of the infamous Winter I-40 will be out of luck once again. You guys could very well see snow fly, but the accumulation chances will stay mainly off to your N/NW.

Even with the snow chances looming, the main talk you will have with your peers at work or school this week will be about all the cold air it will bring into the region. From an example, in Nashville this week, it could very well fall below freezing for a high on both Thursday and Friday with another shot of cold air from the NW...snow chances do exist with that, but I won't mention that threat in detail until we are closer to that timeframe.

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