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Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 5:27 AM CST Jan. 23, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Light snow accumulations possible late tonight...

Rainfall will spread east today ahead of an approaching cold
front. Rainfall totals around 1 to 1.5 inches will be possible
today, which could cause rises in area creeks and rivers as well
as minor flooding concerns in low lying areas. As the cold front
enters the area later tonight temperatures will drop below
freezing and rain will gradually transition to snow. The main
timing for snowfall will be after 8pm west of I-65 and closer to
midnight east of I-65. Moisture will be limited as this system
pulls off to the east, and snowfall accumulations are expected to
range from nothing in the southwest up to half an inch in the
northeast on the Cumberland Plateau.

As temperatures fall into the twenties late tonight any wet roads
may freeze, producing slick spots. This along with light snowfall
amounts may produce slick spots during the morning commute
Thursday. Use caution on backroads early in the morning.
Temperatures are expected to rise into the 40s Thursday afternoon
alleviating any travel impacts.


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