Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Light Snow Showers Today; Drier Period Ahead

After we get this mornings period of light snow showers to pass our Northern counties in Middle TN today, we look to see a drier period come into play to round out the week heading into next week. None of this snow should accumulate much, but we can't rule out an isolated area in Northern Middle TN or South Central KY to see more then a dusting from this. Travel problems should not occur due to this morning snow either. One of the bigger stories today is going to be the winds we are going to see. Once this cold front pushes its way through our region, it will usher in colder air and NW winds that could set off more snow showers and flurries later on this afternoon as well, but no accumulation is expected with those either.

Nashville: mid to upper 30's (Dropping to the upper 20's by 4 p.m.)
Clarksville: upper 20's to low 30's
Cookeville: low 30's
Columbia: mid to upper 30's (Dropping to the upper 20's by 4 p.m.)
Manchester: mid 30's (Dropping to the upper 20's by 2 p.m.)

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