Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) reports that batches of black ice can be expected this morning for Clarksville-Montgomery County and parts of Middle Tennessee through the morning hours today.
After yesterday`s snowfall and snow showers that have developed across mid-state during these early morning hours, many roads, especially secondary ones, have moisture on them which has frozen over as these early morning hours have progressed.
Please exercise caution if you have to be out on roads across the mid-state region this morning.
The high Sunday is expected to be 35 °F with a low of 23 °F. Again, any remaining moisture on the roads will freeze over Sunday night making for possible areas of slick roads Monday morning.
Tuesday’s high should be around 49 °F with a low of 38 °F.
Today and Tonight
Patchy black ice will be possible on area roadways through at least morning hours today. Exercise caution on area roadways through morning hours, especially secondary roadways.
Tuesday through Sunday
With temperatures not warming significantly above freezing across entire mid state until afternoon hours on Tuesday, any moisture remaining on area roadways will likely remain frozen. Continue to exercise caution on area roadways through Tuesday.
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