Clarksville, TN – The National Weather Service reports that two weather systems will move through the Clarksville-Montgomery County tonight bringing a chance for light snowfall. The first system will be an area of low pressure along the gulf coast that will spread moisture northward across the gulf coastal states in the overnight hours.
The northern extent of the precipitation will be in the form of light snow that could reach far southern Middle Tennessee, where a light dusting would be possible.The second weather system will be a fast moving disturbance in the northwesterly flow aloft that will move through the mid state quickly in the overnight bringing a chance for up to one half inch of snow in the upper Cumberland, with a dusting possible west of the plateau.
Low temperatures by Wednesday morning will be in the lower to mid 20’s area wide. Thus, the development of slick and perhaps snow covered road conditions may occur if the snowfall develops.
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