Winter Weather Advisory issued for parts of Middle TN, Southern Ky
Mar 12 2018
Then, forecasters predict more snow into Monday evening as temperatures drop to a low around 29 degrees. Rain will change to snow during the predawn hours.
As of now it looks like snow develops late Monday night and continues into Tuesday before ending later Tuesday night.
The Winter Storm Watch goes into effect Monday evening and is in effect through Tuesday evening, which means the morning commute Tuesday could be hard. Travel could be hard due to periodic low visibility.
"Plowable" snow is possible across the Lehigh Valley Monday afternoon into Tuesday from to a rapidly intensifying storm, the National Weather Service said Sunday morning.
Temperatures tonight will be in the 30s and low 40s with a 20% chance for a few spotty showers. That area could see an accumulation of 1/10th of an inch up to 1 inch of snow, while Southern Kentucky could get up two inches of snow. With the snow of relatively "wet" nature, there would be heightened concern of tree damage and power outages if snow of that nature occurs. If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency. Accumulations of one to three inches with locally higher amounts of up to four inches is expected. Travel could become hard Tuesday morning, and only improving slightly Tuesday evening.
Another nor'easter is looking likely for Monday into Tuesday.
The latest road conditions can be obtained by calling 511.