NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for all of Southern Kentucky through 6 a.m. This is the area that will see the highest snow totals.

The transition to a wintry mix and snow began along I-65 and to the west and north. It continued early Thursday morning in the southeast zones before exiting.

This was a quick-moving system, so there was not a lot in terms of accumulation. The highest snow totals are in Southern Kentucky, where up to 2″ of snow is possible.

Along the I-40 corridor and north, there was a dusting of snow, with areas reporting a quarter inch of snow in northern Davidson County. In areas south of I-40, there was a light icing due to freezing rain.

Icy conditions are expected on the roads all day Thursday as morning lows start in the teens and low 20s, and we don’t get above freezing during the afternoon. Please use caution.

The Nashville Department of Transportation reported crews are out treating primary and secondary routes and asked drivers to use caution, especially on bridges and overpasses.

Rebekah Hammonds, Region 3 Community Relations Officers for the Tennessee Department of Transportation said TDOT is monitoring the forecast and road conditions. As of Wednesday morning, they plan to have crews ready to begin salting roads this evening. They will continue to work through the overnight hours and Thursday morning rush hour to make sure roads are treated and clear.

In fact, our next few mornings will be very cold with lows in the teens and 20s, so please bundle up and be careful on the roads as there will be a concern for things to refreeze.

This all comes on the heels of the area’s most recent round of winter weather just a few days ago. Preliminary snow totals from Sunday show areas in west and south Middle Tennessee received anywhere from four to nine inches. 

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