The situation, in a nutshell, is this: a cold front that moved through overnight last night has stalled to our south and will begin moving north again tonight, as low pressure moves into the region from the west. In the wake of the cold front, temperatures in the 30s are common, as you know if you have stepped outside today. It's cold!
|Midnight temps (about when precipitation develops) should be above freezing for the metro according to this hi-res short-term model (RAP) graphic. Greens are 35+, light blues are 30-35.|
|NOAA predicts that any significant icing (more than 0.10") will be found across the northern tier of TN, well north of the metro.|
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