Snow Pics from February 8, 2014

Light Snow Swept Into the
Mid-State Late Friday Night
and Early Saturday

An upper level weather disturbance brought
snow into Middle Tennessee earlier this
weekend, with amounts varying widely from barely
a trace to around one and a half inches. Most
of the snow fell over the Highland Rim and
northwestern areas, around Clarksville, where
amounts between 1 and 2 inches were reported.
Lesser amounts of a trace to 1/2 inch occurred
further south and east.

However, temperatures warmed quickly late Saturday
morning and afternoon, melting the snow away in a
fast hurry.
Following are some of the snow photos we received:

Intersection of Nolensville and Old Hickory (in Nashville) at 1130 pm, 02/07/14
[Photo Credit: Clint Yokley]

Near Downtown Clarksville, around 1 am, 02/08/14
[Photo Credit: Shawna Luke Kessinger]

Near Downtown Clarksville, around 245 am, 04/08/14
[Photo Credit: Shawna Luke Kessinger]

National Weather Service Forecast Office, Old Hickory, 430 am 02/08/14
Snow accumulation: 3/10" [Photo Credit: Samuel Herron]

Inglewood (Davidson County), 745 am, 02/08/14
[Photo Credit: Aaron Schwartz]

White House, 700 am, 0208/14 [Photo Credit: Bryan Moore]

Millersville, morning, 02/08/14,   [Photo Credit: Corrine Gilliam]

Clarksville, morning, 02/0814 [Photo Credit: Sabrina Washy]

Centerville, 1/4 inch, 800 am, 02/08/14   [Photo Credit: Ryan Edwards]

Mount Juliet, morning, 02/08/14  [Photo Credit: Dawna LoPiccolo]

Millersville-White House area, 930 am, 02/0814     [Photo Credit: Blake]

Green Hills-Hermitage, 730 am, 02/08/14   [Photo Credit: Chris]

Greenbrier, 3/4"  9 am, 02/08/14
          [Photo Credit: Lydia McMillan]

Thanks to everyone who has already submitted photos of the snow.

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