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Monday’s Meager Snow Chances

Here’s what happened overnight:

Hopscotch

Today we may see snow in the air from time to time, some of it falling as rain, some of it as snow. Temps will be above freezing, so we don’t expect it to stick to much – mainly just decks, grills and elevated surfaces – if anything at all.

More of the same tonight.  NWS says:

NASHVILLE WILL BE JUST BELOW FREEZING AND WILL LIKELY WARM UP ENOUGH ON TUESDAY MORNING THAT ANY PRECIP WILL CHANGE TO A RAIN SNOW MIX BEFORE TAPERING OFF FROM WEST TO EAST. TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY CONDITIONS
REMAIN DRY AND COOL.

So, we might wake up to a Tuesday morning dusting. Travel problems are not expected. The heavier/measurable snow is much more likely on the plateau.

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