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Special Statement
Issued: 3:59 AM CST Jan. 20, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Cold Arctic air and slick roads today into Monday...

Arctic air has settled over the the mid-state. Most locations
will not make it to the freezing mark today and it will remain
cold again Monday. Winds will remain gusty today into early
tonight, producing wind chills on the Cumberland Plateau in the
single digits and in the teens elsewhere into tonight.

Snow from overnight and leftover moisture will likely freeze on
several roadways this morning... especially elevated surfaces and
secondary roads. Areas most impacted will be across the northwest.
Use caution while traveling as slick spots are likely to remain
through midday Monday.


359 am CST sun Jan 20 2019

... Cold Arctic air and slick roads today into Monday...

Arctic air has settled over the the mid-state. Most locations
will not make it to the freezing mark today and it will remain
cold again Monday. Winds will remain gusty today into early
tonight, producing wind chills on the Cumberland Plateau in the
single digits and in the teens elsewhere into tonight.

Snow from overnight and leftover moisture will likely freeze on
several roadways this morning... especially elevated surfaces and
secondary roads. Areas most impacted will be across the northwest.
Use caution while traveling as slick spots are likely to remain
through midday Monday.



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