Patchy flurries or very light snow will develop across Middle Tennessee late tonight. A couple of slick spots could develop by daybreak Sunday, but should improve quickly Sunday morning as temperatures rise above freezing.
Through the day Sunday, there will be scattered rain and snow showers. No major travel problems are expected with temperatures above freezing.
By Sunday evening, temperatures will fall, and precipitation will change to all snow. Most of the Mid State will have snowfall amounts ranging from just flurries to a dusting. However, locations northeast of Interstate 24 will have greater accumulation potential, with around one inch expected for the Upper Cumberland Region. The highest elevations of the Plateau could have one to two inches of snowfall Sunday evening.
Travel problems could develop across Middle Tennessee, especially Sunday night. Temperatures will be in the 20s Sunday night, so any travel problems could impact Monday morning work and school travel.
Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio, your local media, or weather.gov for the latest updates on this snow.