Schools close as snow showers continue into Tuesday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Some Middle Tennessee school districts have closed as snow showers will continue to come in from the north overnight.

Among the counties closed are Wilson, Putnam, and Overton. Visit for an updated list.

A Winter Weather Advisory has also been extended until 6 a.m. Wednesday since the snow will come and go through Tuesday, both day and night. See the advisories at

Temperatures drop overnight Monday into the mid-20s, causing concern for roadways as snow melts and refreezes.

The overnight snow showers could also be a concern in areas where it has fallen the heaviest. Mt. Juliet police warned residents Monday evening to stay off the roads. Get the latest traffic at

Courtesy: Tina Lyles
Courtesy: Tina Lyles

The occasional showers will continue through Tuesday with high temperatures barely reaching freezing, so there will continue to be a concern for slick spots of roads.

The snow might not wind down in eastern portions of Middle Tennessee like Crossville until early Wednesday morning. Click here for the News 2 StormTracker Forecast. 

We could see a dusting to up to 1 inch in the Nashville area and much of Middle Tennessee through Tuesday night.

Eastern counties could see 1 to 2 inches of snow, and we can’t rule out 2 to 3 inches in the higher elevations of the Cumberland Plateau.

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Schools close as snow showers continue into Tuesday

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