After an icy day yesterday, temperatures remain cool in the Clarksville area under mostly cloudy skies. Highs for today will be near thirty but another system will move into the region tonight bringing another round of sleet and freezing rain to the region. Ice totals of a tenth to two tenths of an inch are possible which may cause some interruptions for Sunday morning's travel. The precipitation is expected to change to a plain rain around noon on Sunday as warmer air moves into the region. Some areas may see icy conditions to start the workweek as low temperatures fall below freezing Monday morning, but temperatures will warm back into the upper thirties by the afternoon on Monday. The next system that is expected to move through Tennessee will be overnight Monday into Tuesday morning. A few sleet and snow showers are expected overnight Monday as this system moves through, but Clarksville is expected to be on the northwest edge of this system, causing little to no precipitation to fall overnight.
Here is the Clarksville area forecast:
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High: 30
Saturday night: Cloudy with periods of freezing rain, especially after midnight. Chance of precipitation 60%. A tenth to two tenths of an inch of ice possible. Low: 26
Sunday: Freezing rain in the morning, changing to a plain rain by the afternoon. Chance of precipitation 70%. High: 38
Sunday night: A few showers, otherwise mostly cloudy skies. Chance of precipitation 40%. Low: 31
Monday: Mostly cloudy during the day, a risk for snow and sleet showers overnight. Chance of precipitation 30%. High: Upper 30s Low: Lower 20s
Tuesday: Becoming mostly sunny. High: Upper 30s Low: Lower 20s