Photos of Mid-State Snowfall: Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012

 

 

 

SNOW FALLS IN THE MID STATE
...FINALLY!


It's been a pretty mild winter in Middle Tennessee...with nary a 
snowflake to be found. However, this past Sunday things changed. 
A snowstorm swirled into northeastern parts of the Mid State on 
the 19th leaving behind a blanket of wet snow 2 to 4 inches deep 
over a number of counties (inlcuding Pickett, Fentress, Macon 
& Overton). Most areas around Nashville only saw a dusting 
even though...for a little while...the snow came down at a pretty 
good clip. 

THANKS! to everyone who sent in these great pictures of the 
snow.

Following are some photos from eastern Middle Tennessee
where some of the heaviest snow fell:

Jamestown, TN (Fentress Co.), 02-19-12 (Photo Credit: James Bilbrey)

Jamestown, TN (Fentress Co.), 02-19-12 (Photo Credit: James Bilbrey)



Jamestown, TN (Fentress Co.), 02-20-12 (Photo Credit: James Bilbrey)



Jamestown, TN (Fentress Co.), 02-20-12 (Photo Credit: James Bilbrey)





Buck Mountain, TN (near Cookeville, Putnam Co.), 
02-19-12 (Photo Credit: Ross Binkley)


Buck Mountain, TN (near Cookeville, Putnam Co.),
02-19-12 (Photo Credit: Ross Binkley)



Buck Mountain, TN (near Cookeville, Putnam Co.),
02-19-12 (Photo Credit: Ross Binkley)


Rickman, TN (Overton Co.), 02-19-12 (Photo Credit: Tyler Allen)


Below are a few photos taken in the Nashville area...



Brentwood, TN (Williamson Co.), 02-19-12  (Photo Credit: Brian Sutton)

Rockvale, TN (Rutherford Co.), 02-19-12 (Photo Credit: Brenda Elliott)

We are always pleased to get photos of weather events in Middle
Tennessee. If you have any pictures from this last weekend's 
snowfall you would like to share, please send them to 

sr-ohx.webmaster@noaa.gov

We'd be especially happy to receive photos from folks along the 
northern Cumberland Plateau who saw at least several inches 
of accumulation. Be sure and provide the date and location
of the photo and don't forget to include your name so we 
can give you proper credit for any photos you submit.





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