This same system has dumped double-digit snowfall depths across parts of Arkansas and Oklahoma, however meteorologists with the National Weather Service don’t expect to see that locally.
Some areas in West Tennessee could see up to 6 inches of snow, while we can expect to see only around 1 to 2 inches here in the valley. Areas on the Cumberland Plateau and other locations in higher elevations would likely see the most snow accumulations at 2 to 3 inches.
The Memphis area and Franklin, Lincoln and Moore counties in southern Middle Tennessee (as well as Jackson and DeKalb Co.’s in Alabama) are under a winter storm warning. The rest of the state (including Marion and Hamilton Co.’s) are under a winter weather advisory.
Forecasters advise motorists to take caution when traveling tomorrow morning as untreated roads could be a bit slick. TDOT and other agencies are working ahead of the weather system to ensure that roads will be treated for Thursday morning’s commute.
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