Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service reports snow possible for Clarksville-Montgomery County and parts of Middle Tennessee this Thursday, January 6th, 2022. This winter weather will also produce hazardous travel conditions.
Another blast of winter weather is expected throughout Montgomery County and Middle Tennessee on Thursday, with wintry precipitation spreading across the area Thursday morning before ending during the afternoon and early evening.
Regardless of how much snow falls, snow accumulating on roadways will create hazardous travel conditions across the area on Thursday. Road conditions will likely worsen Thursday night into Friday morning as temperatures fall into the teens and single digits.
Thursday’s high is expected to be 29 °F with a low Thursday night of 10 °F. Friday, the high will only be 29 °F with the low dipping to 18 °F. Saturdays high will be around 50 °F.
Continue to monitor Clarksville Online for the latest forecasts for updated timing and snowfall amounts as they could still change.
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