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NWS predicting significant snow Friday

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Some folks woke up to snow in Wilson County on Wednesday morning, while others just received the dreaded ice.

Meteorologist Matt Reagan with the National Weather Service Office in Donelson said Wilson County can expect another 1-2 hours of precipitation from the winter storm.
Temperatures are expected to rise into the mid-30s this afternoon, which he said would melt some of the snow and ice mix off the roads.

Reagan said the "big issue" will be Friday. "Friday into Friday night we are looking at rain transitioning into snow," he said. "A system moving in is bringing accumulation - hopefully we skip the freezing rain - what time it's coming is something we are still figuring out.
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Saturday's temperatures are expected to also be in the mid-30s, rising into the 40s on Friday.
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