A few more flurries overnight but COLD is the biggest concern

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Northern parts of Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky saw some snow showers fly in the air today, and a few more flurries are possible tonight.  A light coating is possible in our northern and eastern counties.  However, the biggest concern is for frigid temperatures and wind chill factors.

By daybreak, temperatures should run from near 18°-19° in Hopkinsville and Clarksville to around 23° in Nashville, with mid-20s south and east.

However, with winds gusting 15-25 mph, wind chills will run from around 4°-12° early Monday.  

If you are headed out in the morning or sending kids to the bus stop, the hat, gloves, scarf, and heavy coat are all in order.

The temperatures forecast for the first part of the work week will be rivaling the readings we experienced on our coldest days in January.  The coldest low temperature then was 16° and we are forecasting 18° Tuesday morning and 17° Wednesday morning.

Check the latest weather advisories at wkrn.com/alerts.

Keep an eye on the radar at wkrn.com/radar.

Get the latest forecast at wkrn.com/forecast.

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