Cannon Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 1:53 PM CST on November 26, 2014

...Snow accumulation is expected over parts of northern and eastern middle Tennessee late tonight and early Thanksgiving day...

A fast moving low pressure system is forecast to sweep across the mid state tonight and early Thanksgiving day...and bring along a shot of snow...especially to northern and eastern areas. In fact...a Winter Weather Advisory for snow is in effect for a large part of eastern middle Tennessee...from midnight tonight through 9 am CST Thursday morning...where one to two inches of accumulation is forecast.

Those planning Holiday travel across the Cumberland Plateau late tonight and early Thursday may encounter slick highways... especially along bridges and overpasses. Low temperatures tonight in the advisory area are forecast to bottom out between 30 and 32 degrees.

Light snow accumulations are possible further west...mainly in a band from Clarksville over toward Gallatin and Watertown...and then down toward Carthage...Smithville... McMinnville and Altamont. This includes the Highland Rim...just north of Nashville. Accumulations up to one half inch are possible in those areas...mainly on grassy areas and rooftops...with low temperatures forecast to bottom out between 31 and 33 degrees.

Some snow flurries will likely be in the air even further south and west...toward Nashville...Dickson...Columbia...Murfreesboro...and shelbvyille...but no accumulation is expected in those areas.

Public Information Statement
Statement as of 5:18 PM CST on November 26, 2014

...Lobelville NOAA Weather Radio is off the air...

The Lobelville NOAA Weather Radio transmitter...broadcasting on a frequency of 162.525 mhz...is off the air.

We are working with technicians to get it back up and running as soon as possible. In the meantime...please tune to local media and commercial radio for the latest severe weather information. Backup NOAA Weather Radio transmitters are:

Vale, TN...broadcasting on a frequency of 162.450 mhz...or channel 3 on most NOAA weather radios...and Centerville...broadcasting on a frequency of 162.450 mhz...or channel 3 on most NOAA weather radios.

Keep in mind that not all backup transmitters will tone for your specific County...so please stay weather aware during the outage.

Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause.

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