Snowfall on January 21, 2014

An arctic cold front moved through the state on the morning of Wednesday, January 21 2014.  Along with the cold air, some snow fell around the area.  A few spots west of Interstate 65 saw flurries and a dusting in a few places, but a
burst of snow east of Interstate 65 dropped 1 to 3 inches of snow in the Upper Cumberland Region.

Here are a few of the reports:

  • Coalmont in Grundy County  2.0 - 3.0 inches
  • Fairfield Glade in Cumberland County  2.0 - 3.0 inches
  • Monterey in Putnam County  2.0 - 3.0  inches
  • Rinnie in Cumberland County  1.5 - 3.0 inches
  • Jamestown in Fentress County  1.5 - 2.0 inches
  • Harrison Ferry Mountain in Warren County  1.5 inches
  • Crossville in Cumberland County  1.0 - 2.0 inches
  • Allardt in Fentress County  1.0 - 1.5 inches
  • Bethpage in Sumner County  1.0 - 1.5 inches
  • Cookeville in Putnam County  1.0 inch
  • Tullahoma in Coffee County  1.0 inch
  • Portland in Sumner County  0.75 inch
  • Byrdstown in Pickett County  0.75 inch
  • Livingston in Overton County  0.75 inch

Here are some pictures from this event:



Snow Brings a Smile to a Child in Portland (Sumner Co.)
[Photo provided by Dan Thomas, Meteorologist, WSMV-4]



Livingston (Overton Co.), 3 pm CST, about 1 inch
[Photo Credit: Sharon Chappell Pire]


Monterey (Putnam Co.), 1 pm CST, 2 inches
[Photo Credit: Jeremy C. Flatt, via Facebook]


Rinnie (Cumberland Co.), 11 am CST, 1.5 inches
[Photo Credit: Becky Lowe Hamby, via Facebook]

Portland (Sumner Co.), 8 am CST
[Photo Credit: @SumnerSevereWx, via Twitter]

Portland (Sumner Co.), 8 am CST
[Photo Credit:  Mariann Spisak Sallee, via Facebook]

Crossville (Cumberland Co.), 1020am CST
[Photo Credit:  Mary Thompson, via Facebook]






Monterey (Putnam Co.), 330 pm CST, almost 3 inches
[Photo provided by Dan Thomas, Meteorologist, WSMV-4]





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