By ALEXANDER WILLIS
Williamson County’s first taste of winter might be sooner than you think, as the National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning on Friday for Middle Tennessee, Williamson and Maury Counties included.
Temperatures are expected to drop Friday night into the mid 20s, and are expected to stay between the 20s and 40s throughout the weekend. Skies are expected to stay clear over the weekend, but water from early Friday showers may lead to icy road conditions.
The National Weather Service advises drivers to stay cautious during such conditions: accelerate and decelerate slowly, increase following distance between other vehicles, and reduce overall speed.
Going into next week, the weather will be snow laughing matter, as Williamson County residents are likely to see their first snowfall of the year.
Rainfall is likely all day on Monday at a 70 percent chance of precipitation, with temperatures dropping into the low 30s that night. As rain continues throughout the night on Monday, the National Weather Service reported snowfall to be likely Tuesday morning at a 70 percent chance, with patchy front conditions later throughout the week. For Williamson County residents, there’s likely snow way out of these winter conditions.
For more detailed and up-to-date weather information, visit the National Weather Service page for Williamson County by clicking here.