Latest Official Hourly Observation:
Tonight – Cold Rain – Overnight Low 34
We got to the 40s today. Ice is not a concern in Williamson and Davidson Counties.
It’ll be raining to our south and east tonight. The HRRR model has us right on the edge (4 pm – Monday 1 am):
Since we are right on that edge, plan for a few batches of rain to come and go.
Monday – Cloudy, Chance of a Sprinkle; Wintry Mix/Snow Overnight – Morning Low 34, High 39
6am 35 . 9am 37 . Noon 39 . 3pm 39 . 6pm 35 . 9pm 33
A few sprinkles are possible, especially before lunch.
There is another chance for winter weather overnight.
After 8 p.m., we may see rain/freezing rain/sleet/snow. After midnight, if there is any precip, it will be all snow.
Little or no accumulation is expected.
Hi-Res NAM model Monday 5 pm – Tuesday 6 am:
Accumulations of 0.00″ – 1″ of a wintry mix are possible, but most of the models think it will not accumulate.
Any accumulation will be on grassy or elevated surfaces. Roads will probably just stay wet.
The model that delivers the most snow, the NAM, (below), shows less than 1″:
Plan on school Tuesday.
Tuesday – AM Chance of Flurries; Then Clearing, Partly Sunny & Cold – Morning Low 28, High 39
6am 29 . 9am 32 . Noon 37 . 3pm 38 . 6pm 32 . 9pm 29
Another cold front re-enforces our polar air. The rain and winter precip marathon is finally over, for now.
Official NWS Forecast:
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