6:30 a.m. Update
Last night’s RAP and NAM models were right.
Officially in Nashville, we reached 33 degrees just before 4 a.m., and before then in Williamson County.
Freezing rain fell off and on for about 6 or 7 hours, depending on where you live.
At 5 a.m., the mesoanalysis page at the Storm Prediction Center placed the freezing line in a position splitting both Davidson and Williamson Counties SW to NE:
At 6:08 a.m., the NWS cancelled the Winter Weather Advisory for Davidson & Williamson Counties:
At 6:30 a.m., a few areas at higher elevations (Joelton, Fairview & 840 in Williamson Co) may still be at freezing. Be careful out there. Also, approach bridges and overpasses with caution, and otherwise use common sense when you get out there.
Conditions will improve throughout the morning. Still, it’ll be raining, and the roads will be wet, so take it easy as you venture out there early this morning. If going north or west of Nashville, the Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect for a few more hours (maybe more).
9a 36 . Noon 36 . 3p 38 . 6p 38 . 9p 38 . 12a 38
Look for the rain to slacken by late morning, then pick up later tonight. Hi-Res NAM from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.:
We don’t expect winter weather overnight tonight or in the morning. A dusting is possible Monday night. More on that this afternoon.
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