Although the snow was a no-show for the Nashville Metro area, southern and eastern parts of Middle Tennessee were a slippery, snow-covered mess Thursday morning.
Both Rutherford and Williamson counties open two hours late. Check the latest closings at wkrn.com/closings.
Temperatures stayed below freezing through the morning commute, so use caution in those communities.
Expect ample sunshine and highs in the low-and-middle 40s later Thursday before the lows drop to the low 30s at night.
Friday offers rain by midday in Nashville. The system approaches from the northwest, so Clarksville will get rain by mid-morning.
Temperatures in the 40s mean the precipitation will remain all wet and last through early evening in Nashville.
There is a chance for a few snow showers after dark for areas east of Interstate 65, especially along the higher terrain of the Cumberland Plateau, where some snow showers are possible through about midnight.
For the latest weather conditions, visit wkrn.com/weather.
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