Light snow fell in southwest Middle Tennessee overnight, prompting some schools to close Tuesday.
Temperatures stayed above freezing throughout the night in Nashville preventing the drizzle from turning into frozen precipitation.
All roads in Middle Tennessee were in good condition except some slicks spots were reported on bridges and overpasses in Decatur County.
On Tuesday, we can expect a mix of showers and snow, but no snow accumulation is expected other than a very light dusting on rooftops and lawns, according to Channel 4 Pinpoint Meteorologist Paul Heggen. Roads will remain wet, not icy.
Some areas of the Cumberland Plateau could still see some more snow in the evening and overnight.
No major road problems are expected because the ground continues to be too warm for much accumulation.
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