Topic: freezing rain
Last Updated: Friday, January 25th at 2:00pm
Montgomery County, TN – A light drizzling rain is currently falling over the Clarksville Montgomery County area, with freezing rain expected until 10:00am and could linger into the afternoon. Vehicles this morning are coated in ice. Steps and sidewalks are also being covered in ice.
Because of the icy weather condition, area Schools and Government offices are closing early today or opening late. Clarksville Montgomery County Schools are closed today.
Clarksville, TN – According the the National Weather Service, a developing winter weather event is set to move across Middle Tennessee late Thursday night into Friday with ice accumulations possible. A low pressure system is moving into Middle Tennessee Thursday night after midnight and will move across the entire mid-state region during the morning hours on Friday.
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Last Updated: Tuesday, January 15th at 9:15pm
Montgomery County, TN – Freezing rain is falling across the Clarksville Montgomery County area tonight and should continue overnight according to the National Weather Service.
Because of this potential icy weather condition, area Schools, Government offices and organizations will be closed or running late Wednesday, January 16th.will continue to update the public as more closing and opening announcements are made.
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Last Updated: Tuesday, January 15th at 8:45pm
Montgomery County, TN – The National Weather Service has issued an ice storm warning for the Clarksville Montgomery County area as well as Middle Tennessee. A wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain is expected to begin this afternoon and continue into the night.
As of 8:45pm, rain continues to fall in the Montogomery County. Ice has already started forming on trees and power lines. Be careful going outside, as sidewalks, etc, have become covered in ice. Vehicles have also become covered. Roads for the most parts are still ok, but be careful of bridges and overpasses. «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville Montgomery County School system has announced that schools will close early today. Students will be released one hour earlier than the normal release time today in order to have all bus routes completed before dark. A new weather system is moving into the area mid-afternoon and Emergency Management has advised that our area may see a light wintry mix, which includes the possibility of freezing rain.
The precipitation is expected to begin as areas of light snow late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. Then as warmer air moves in, any snow will gradually change over to freezing rain during the day on Wednesday.
Sleet is also possible during the transition. «Read the rest of this article»
What a difference a day makes! On Tuesday the region basked in 80 degrees of summer-like warmth and sunshine. Barbecue grills were dragged out and fired up, just as area residents hustled to find “cool” clothing to don for this brief taste of seasons yet to come.
Adhering to the adages of the weatherwise, if you don’t like the weather, wait a minute.
So it is that northern Middle Tennessee saw temperature drop by 50 degrees, viewed a sky of thickening clouds, and watched in awe as winter took what may be its last punch of the 2008-09 season.
Snow. Sleet. Freezing rain. Salt brine and sanding trucks, even a snow plow on Fort Campbell Boulevard. The snow line moved south over the course of the day, arriving in lower Clarksville in mid-afternoon, some time after north Clarksville was already eyeing light accumulation.
In New England, this kind of snowfall is “sugar snow,” a late season wet snowfall that comes even as the springtime rush of sap is surging through the sugar maples, sap that is gathered in buckets, pouring into wood-fired arches to boil — 40 gallons of sap makes a gallon of syrup in a 24/7 marathon that only works in late winter on the cusp of spring, when days are warm and nights are cold. Light golden Grade A syrup is considered the finest, with the dark amber B (or less) syrup as the “end of season fare (I actually like the darker richer taste of the Grade B). Today’s snow was a light coating of “sugar snow.”
I miss New England, and this snowfall was a gift of sorts. Being out in it was, for me, a treat.
The National Weather Service has issued an ice storm warning and hazardous weather statement for northwest and north central Tennessee counties from 12 p.m. tonight through Tuesday. Significant accumulations are possible, particularly close to the Kentucky border.
The forecast calls for rain to develop this evening, turning to freezing rain around midnight with a low temperature of 30. The freezing rain is expected to change back to all rain Tuesday afternoon. high on Tuesday reach 37. Rain and sleet will continue into Tuesday night, with a chance of rain and snow Wednesday morning. «Read the rest of this article»
A week before the official change of seasons, winter will make itself known in Clarksville and across northern middle and west Tennessee in the form of an ice storm set to pummel the city with up to a half inch of ice later today and overnight into Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Nashville.
After Sunday’s balmy, breezy 50s, literally the calm before the storm, the NWS has issued both an ice storm and hazardous weather warnings for the area as a cold front is poised to sweep through the mid state toda, plummeting temperatures and setting the stage for today’s drizzle and rain to freeze on contact with trees, roads and bridges, creating dangerous travel conditions. «Read the rest of this article»
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