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SNOW COULD SET UP HAZARDOUS TRAVEL ON PLATEAU TUESDAY, DEC. 10

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The National Weather Service says anywhere from an inch to two inches of snow is possible tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday, December 10, 2019) into tomorrow evening on the Cumberland Plateau

Rain will transition tomorrow to a rain/snow/sleet mix anytime between noon and 3 p.m. followed by all snow tomorrow night. The high temperature for tomorrow will be in the late morning hours in the mid to upper 40’s then it will fall through the afternoon to around freezing by sunset. The low tomorrow night will be in the mid to lower 20’s.

If you are traveling tomorrow, especially during the afternoon commute and into the evening, use caution as slick spots may develop on area roads, especially on secondary roads as well as bridges and overpasses. The snow should come to an end from west to east during the late afternoon through the early overnight hours Tuesday night.

Stay tuned to 105.7 The Hog, 98.9 The Wolf or check in at 1057news.com for the latest in early dismissals or school closings tomorrow.


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