We’re still looking at some light snow moving in overnight and tapering off during the day Monday. Most of the activity should be out of here before noon. We’re still looking at one inch or less of accumulation, and things could look a bit white around here Monday morning. With temps falling into the upper 20s tonight, we may be dealing with some slick roads in the mornings, so be aware of that. The NWS has not issued any winter weather advisories for us yet, but they are considering doing so later today. I’ll let you know if/when they decide to do that. All of southern KY has been placed under winter weather advisories (blue-shaded counties). The pink-shaded counties over in Virginia and western North Carolina are winter storm warnings for 5-8 inches of snow.
Like I said, I’ll keep you posted on if we go under any advisories. I expect we will have some issued for us here on the plateau, and they may issue advisories for everyone north of I-40 across Middle TN. And again, we’re not looking at a big winter storm, by any means, but any accumulation can cause travel headaches around here, as we all know.
We have another shot of snow flurries/light snow Tuesday night, with little to no accumulation expected. I’ll keep an eye on that.
I’ll send out any updates, as needed, today! You all have a great Sunday!
The pic below was taken near my old stomping grounds in Mississippi from a storm yesterday evening. They had some rowdy storms around the Deep South last night, with numerous reports of hail. Remember, it’s severe weather season, even though we have none of that to worry about this week! Our ice will be the wintry kind! ha