NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Snow showers are possible as we head into the remainder of your Christmas Eve Day. A few areas of light accumulations are possible, espeically east of I-65.
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An upper-level low-pressure area will be dropping in during the afternoon and evening hours of Christmas Eve and this will create and enhance a second round of snow showers that will likely bring some accumulations to our eastern counties.
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On the Plateau an inch or more is possible. Areas to the east off of the Plateau could bring a dusting to 1/2 inch. In the Nashville area, we expect to see some flurries or snow showers that may whiten a few decks or rooftops.
Temps will drop to the teens Thursday night into Christmas morning, so those areas that get snow will likely develop slick spots on the roadways overnight.
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