A White Surprise

Woahwow! Arctic air made an entrance this morning! Temperatures in the single digits to lower teens felt more like the single digits to sub-zero in some places. Some spots even had a little white surprise…

Amber snapped this shot in Cookeville earlier this morning. A light dusting of snow on the ground, too low for the radar beam to pick up. Thanks so much for sharing, Amber!

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Skies are bright but temperatures remain painfully cold, in the teens region-wide.


Here’s what really counts — our wind chill values. This is really what it feels like — single digits, a few lower teens and Crossville still hanging strong to 1 degree below zero (ouch). Wind Chill Advisory has officially expired…2018 AMShow_DMA WIND CHILL

Abundant sunshine but not much of a warm up with it today. Highs will only touch the lower 20s.2018 DAYPlanner SKYDaytime

Friday and Saturday look beautiful before increasing clouds lead to showers by Sunday. I don’t want you to cancel your weekend plans but I do want to share the areas I expect to see the most rain and the timing of it. Hope you join me at noon today!2018 7 Day AM

-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren

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