BY ALEXANDER WILLIS
Winter has returned to Williamson County, following a week of spring-like temperatures after a cold front came through Middle Tennessee Tuesday night, with snow this weekend a slight possibility according to local meteorologist Brendan Schaper.
The National Weather Service forecasts cold temperatures this weekend; Friday night will be in the mid 30s, Saturday in the low 40s, and Sunday reaching the low 30s. Rain is expected every day this weekend, which could potentially produce a few flakes of snow, though Schaper said there’s a solid chance of everything remaining liquid.
“The latest guidance is showing that it’s actually going to be warm enough to keep most of the activity along south of Interstate 40 liquid, so right now we’re expecting mostly rain, and that’s talking about Friday evening into Saturday morning,” Schaper said. “Davidson and Williamson County are mainly going to see rain – may get a few flakes mixed in. May get a few flakes Monday morning, but not of real any consequences.”
Sunday night has a 30 percent chance of rain, and with temperatures dropping to the low 30s that night, Williamson County residents could see some snow under the right conditions.
For more details and hourly breakdowns on temperatures and weather conditions, visit the National Weather Service page by clicking here.