Flooding Rains, Turning Colder; What About Wintery Precip? - WKRN News 2

Flooding Rains, Turning Colder; What About Wintery Precip?

Posted:

Sunday: We've had numerous reports of flooded roads in Dickson County, as well as Hickman and Decatur Counties.  Join News 2 @ 5 & 10PM for the latest. 

A Flash Flood Watch and numerous Flash Flood Warnings (dark shade of green in graphic) are in effect.

For latest weather alerts see: http://www.wkrn.com/weatheralerts  and refresh often.

Temperatures will begin to tumble in Nashville from morning 60s to afternoon 40s (sooner to our west, later in the afternoon to our east).

By daybreak Monday morning we should see readings at and below freezing from Nashville north and westward and in the mid 30s east and southeast of Nashville.

What about freezing rain?

The good news is that the rain should temporarily push out after midnight tonight before the freezing temperatures from Nashville north and west push in, alleviating the threat of freezing rain we had once worried about for Monday morning.

However, more rain mixed with sleet should push in during the day on Monday and Tuesday.  Temperatures will be above freezing during the day, but if any precipitation persists Monday & Tuesday nights, it could cause some slick spots on bridges and overpasses.

Powered by WorldNow

441 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, TN 37210

Telephone: 615.369.7222
Fax: 615.369.7329
Email: news@wkrn.com

Can’t find something?
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Young Broadcasting of Nashville, LLC. A Media General Company.