Sunday evening, look for scattered showers in northern Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky.
After midnight, we expect a quick round of snow showers, which should end around 8 a.m. Monday. The area likely to get the most accumulation will be on the northern Cumberland Plateau (shown in blue on the map). This includes the counties of Overton, Fentress and Pickett. These areas could receive up to 1/2 inch of accumulation.
Areas most likely to get a dusting (shown in pink on the map) include: Clay, Jackson, Putnam, White and Cumberland. While this is minimal, it may be enough snow to make roads slippery during the Monday morning commute.
Areas most likely to receive flurries include Davidson, Sumner, Wilson, Rutherford, Cannon, DeKalb, Smith, Trousdale, Macon, Warren, Van Buren and Grundy Counties (shown in white on the map).
The west and southwestern sections of Middle Tennessee are not expected to get snow.
Even in the areas where no accumulation is anticipated, it's still a good idea to use caution on bridges and overpasses during the Monday morning commute.
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