Note: All current info can be found on Twitter @NashSevereWx. Will update this blog if NWS updates/changes the Advisories.
10:21 AM Update
Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Temps Next 24 Hours (auto-updating)
Current Radar Loop
We have not seen a single storm drop more than 1″ of snow in three years.
We think that streak will continue today.
At 4:25 AM, the SnowDome was in full effect:
4:30 AM NWS Conference Call Summary:
We remain outside the Winter Weather Advisory area.
NWS expects only a dusting in the Nashville metro area. Looks like only 1/4″. Williamson County may see a bit more than Davidson County, but certainly not more than 1″ (and probably a lot less).
All snowfall will stick. It should begin around late-morning. Southern Williamson County should see the snowfall first.
Most of the dusting should occur after noon.
At 5:29 AM, our NWS issued this Special Weather Statement:
The HRRR predicts no meaningful snowfall accumulation today. Neither does the RAP, NAM, and GFS. All generally agree with the ETAs listed above.
More info will be found on @NashSevereWx throughout the day.
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