A winter weather advisory remains in effect. The steadiest precipitation has moved out before a changeover to snow could occur. Temperatures are still falling and will be in the 20’s by evening and low 20’s by Friday morning. Although the steadiest precipitation has moved out scattered snow showers are occurring over western Tennessee and Kentucky. These scattered snow showers will likely increase in coverage some this afternoon and continue periodically into Friday morning. Average accumulation should range from a dusting to just over half an inch. Blowing snow is also possible as winds increase this afternoon. Roads should stay wet for the next few hours as temperatures won’t reach 32 till late afternoon. Snow showers could still produce slick spots on the roads after dark and for the Friday morning commute.
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snow showers starting to pick up across the region. getting close to that 1/2 inch at my place. some locations may see that inch forecasted yesterday.