A light snowfall occurred Sunday night and
Monday across much of the Mid-State...with
accumulations generally less than an inch.
However...a more significant snowfall occurred
last night and this morning..producing a blanket
of snow as deep as 4 inches along parts of the
the Upper Cumberland. An isolated report of
6 inches was also received from the Grimsley-
Clarkrange area, in Fentress County--
where most of the heaviest snow fell (see
photo below).Lighter amounts occurred further
to the west...and were mainly less than an inch.
Click Here to see a map of the Two Day Snow Depths
(ending at 7am this morning)
*** and just think, we're almost one full week into Spring! ***
Grimsley-Clarkrange (Fentress County), Morning of March 26, 2013
(6" of snow) [Photo Credit: E. Atkinson]
Western Macon County, 630 am CDT, March 26, 2013
(1" of snow) [Photo Credit: C. Loring]
Jamestown (Fentress County) Morning of March 26, 2013
(3.5" of snow on the ground) [Photo Credit: L. Baines]
Allardt (Fentress Country), Morning of March 26, 2013
(3" of snow) [Photo Credit: T. VonHolt]
Joelton (Davidson County), 830 am CDT, March 26, 2013
(almost 1") [Photo forwarded by W. Minkoff]
Franklin, TN (Williamson County) Morning of March 26, 2013
(apprx. 1/2 inch) [Photo forwarded by W. Minkoff]
Debora Verdecia in Monterey provided this photo via Facebook. Accumulation in Monterey was 3.8 inches.
We are always happy to post snow photos on our website. So, if
you have any photos of the snow we'd love to see them. All we ask
is that you include, the date, time and location of the photo, as well as
your name (so that we can give you proper credit). In addition, it
never hurts to have at least one photo with a strategically placed
ruler (like in the picture above)...so everyone can see the actual
Just send your photos to:
Keep those photos coming. We'll post as many as we can!
and "Thanks!" to all the folks who've already sent them in.