Winter Storm Watch issued for Friday

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"But the later they can come in the more it will allow that to happen". Here's the timing an how it is expected to evolve. The freezing rain window appears to only last a few hours, and looks less widespread for the time frame. Readings fall into the 20s to near 30 degrees by daybreak as the precipitation wraps up.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS.A layer of ice exists under the snow, making untreated surfaces very slick.

For Nashville and areas east of I-65, a Winter Weather Advisory was issued for a lower impact.

Thursday: is looking mainly cloudy with some fog developing. Temperatures remain unseasonably warm for this time of year. Get the latest forecast at Any sun will be short lived.

Freezing rain and snow are already falling in Missouri, eastern Arkansas, west Tennessee, northern MS, northern Louisiana and western Kentucky.

Bone chilling air settles in for the weekend with cold temperatures through next week.

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Although meteorologists have predicted the possible course of the storm this week, they warned that the storm is still evolving, therefore they still can not say for definite the precise places where the storm will mostly hit, urging citizens to stay alert and prepare themselves for severe snow and freezing rain until this weekend.

Fortunately, it was pretty much smooth sailing for the Friday night homeward-bound commute.

The ice accumulation from freezing rain and sleet anticipated prior to the start of snow could limit the ability of highway crews to substantially improve driving conditions, particularly in the early hours of this event.

Once temperatures drop below 32°, the wintry mix will turn into snow showers. The transition should occur in that order arriving for most of the area between 2AM and 9AM.

Saturday and Sunday's cooldown is due to an expected shift in the jet stream, placing OH in an area of strong upper-level flow from the north ushering in frigid, arctic air. Instead the entire area should experience a variety of different precipitation types that day.