Snow Flurries & A Freeze Warning

Posted on: 2:04 pm, March 25, 2014, by , updated on: 04:38pm, March 25, 2014

I guess there is new meaning to the words, “spring forward.” How forward? Obviously past March 25th. What a day! Chilly temperatures, winds gusts over 30 mph, and light snow! Yes, light snow and flurries were reported all over the Tennessee Valley. Most of it is over around 4:30pm. I took a call from the town of Lincoln, Tennessee. The gentleman said, “Ben, it was coming down nicely for a little bit.” Terry Duvall has a good burst of light snow in Fayetteville. Here is a look at ARMOR as of 1:51pm. A mixed bag of precipitation continues to come down.


Not Much Snow Left at 4:35pm

                                                        Not Much Snow Left at 4:35pm


We aren’t done with the cold yet. The sky clears tonight and the winds diminish. Temperatures tumble quickly after sunset. We’ll be in the middle 20s by sunrise Wednesday morning. Kids need the heavier coat one more day out at the bus stop. Be prepared to use the ice scraper in the morning on the way to work with a good covering of frost. Bring your tender vegetation if not cover up your plants before you go to bed tonight. Wednesday morning will likely be the last subfreezing morning in the Tennessee Valley for a while.



Freeze Warning Wednesday Morning Until 10am