Current Official Hourly Observation
First and foremost, thank you to everyone who tweeted in reports last night via #tSpotter and as replies to @NashSevereWx. Every single report was seen by the forecasters at our NWS office in Old Hickory. Your reports provide ground truth to forecasters; the radar can only show so much. Your reports enable the NWS to serve us better, furthering their mission of protecting life and property.
Tonight – Clearing & Cold
Wednesday – Cold & Sunny – 21 / 41
6a 22 . 9a 29 . Noon 36 . 3p 40 . 6p 31 . 9p 28 . Midnight 25
Before discussing the weekend snow, a review of last night’s snow totals + a few photos:
@ChrisRouse shared this:
Precip will begin late Friday night, “possibly as snow.” (NWS). “This event looks similar to the beginning of last week’s round of precipitation, where snow fell for a few hours prior to southeasterly winds warming things up enough to change precipitation over to all rain.
“Look for mainly a cold rain on Saturday, but there’s a chance precip could change back over to snow briefly Saturday night, before precip finally ends early Sunday.”
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