Another round of freezing precipitation has made its way through the Clarksville area, but this time not as significant as the night before. There are areas of freezing drizzle possible this morning before temperatures warm back to above freezing by the middle of the day. Even with a light drizzle, elevated surfaces could become slippery in the morning. Just as this system moves out, another will move in overnight tonight bringing with it sleet and snow showers. The recent run of the models have more moisture moving into the Clarksville area overnight tonight. At this time, about a half inch to an inch of sleet and snow is possible by Tuesday morning. Skies will finally clear by the middle of the week as high pressure moves into the region. Temperatures will remain below normal as highs will be in the upper thirties to lower forties Wednesday and Thursday.
Here is the Clarksville area forecast:
Monday: Areas of freezing drizzle in the morning, otherwise partly cloudy skies. High: 35
Monday night: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow and sleet showers. Chance of precipitation 40%. Little to no snow accumulation expected. Low: 24
Tuesday: An isolated snow shower early, otherwise clearing skies. Chance of precipitation 20%. High: 36
Tuesday night: Mainly clear. Low: 21
Wednesday: Mainly sunny. High: Lower 40s Low: Lower 20s
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High: Upper 30s Low: Lower 20s