Snow exits by morning, sunny for the weekend
Winter Weather Advisory continues for the Cumberland Plateau, up to 2″ of accumulation is possible
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) -Snow will be moving out by dawn, but the cold air will stick around for the first half of the weekend.
HOW LONG WILL THE SNOW LAST
Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Cumberland Plateau until 6AM Saturday. The winds are blowing in from the northwest bringing in a few more bands of snow showers mainly along the Cumberland Plateau. By the time it ends the higher elevations of the plateau could see 1-2″ of snow. Other areas east of I-65 could see a dusting. The accumulation will mostly be on grassy surfaces as roads are too warm. Beware of bridges and overpasses in that area as they could be icy. The low will dip to the upper 20s by morning.
YOUR WEEKEND FORECAST
Tomorrow will be a chilly day with highs in the lower and middle 40s, but plenty of sunshine. Temperatures will drop into the 20s again for Saturday night.
Sunday will also feature lots of sun, but it will be a nice day with temperatures rising a bit into the 50s. Overall, a nice and dry weekend is on tap!
Clouds increase on Monday ahead of our next Weathermaker. A late-day shower is possible, but most of the rain will come after sunset and during the overnight hours. Highs on Monday will rise to near 60.
Some rain could linger into Tuesday morning, but we likely dry out for the second half of the day. Temperatures will be mild again in the lower 60s.
Mild 60s continue on Wednesday and Thursday, but more rain looks to develop at night and into Thursday. Changes are expected in the timing, so check back for updates. Highs both days will be in the low to mid 60s.
Friday partly cloudy with the high in the mid 50s.
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