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On Snow Tonight/Overnight (Sleepytime Edition)

zzzzzzz I went to bed. Here’s the big picture as of 11:50 PM:

I expect we’ll wake up to anywhere from a dusting to 1″. Some areas may get more if snow bands set up in the right place and “train” over a certain area.

Will will be up early to do some tweetin’.

Please send in your reports to our NWS by tweeting what you see, and where you are, while including the hashtag #tSpotter. NWS will be checking it. They never sleep.

Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)

Temps Next 24 Hours (auto-updating)

Current Regional Radar

Tonight/Overnight  – *Winter Weather Advisory*  – Light Snow – Midnight Temp 24

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Here’s the forecast snowfall accumulation:

Saturday –  Morning Snow Ending, Mostly Sunny Afternoon – Morning Low 23 / Afternoon High 38

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Our Winter Weather Advisory will expire at 10 am. Soon after, the sun will come out, temps will rise above freezing, and melt whatever snow we get.

Sunday – Mostly Cloudy  Morning Low 27 / Afternoon High 42

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This could be the calm before the storm. Snow is possible Monday or Tuesday.

Extended Official NWS Forecast:

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There is a lot of uncertainty with this next system. The models are all over the place, changing so much from run to run, that it’s not worth posting what they are showing. It could snow Monday, or Tuesday, maybe early Wednesday, or not at all. Until we get some consistency in the models, there is no basis to even make a guesstimate.

Questions? We’re on Twitter @NashSevereWx, where you can also find additional info.

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