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Posted on: January 22, 2016

Spring Hill winter weather / road conditions update

Winter Weather Update

UPDATED 6:06 p.m. Fri., Jan. 22 -- Spring Hill Police officers are advising that neighborhood streets and access roads are becoming more slick and treacherous. Main roads are becoming worse with decreased sunlight and lower temperatures. Please stay indoors and avoid roadways if possible. If you must venture out, use extreme caution and utilize main thoroughfares. If you find yourself in a position where you need assistance and it is not a life threatening emergency, please call our non- emergency dispatch number at 931-486-3269. Stay safe and warm!

UPDATED 4:53 p.m. Fri., Jan. 22 -- The snow is expected to continue until as late as midnight, with a steady temperature around 27 and a low of 22 tonight. There will be a north wind 10 to 15 mph. The total daytime snow accumulation is expected to be 2-4 inches. Saturday's forecast is partly sunny with a high near 31. Please don't drive unless you have to, and use extreme caution. Take extra caution on bridges and the Saturn Parkway on/off ramps.

UPDATED 11:36 a.m. Fri., Jan. 22 -- Duplex Road is passable but is becoming worse. Emergency officials may decide to close Duplex later today. Buckner Road and Buckner Lane are slick and becoming treacherous for drivers. U.S. 31 (Main Street) is passable, but has some slick spots. Side streets are becoming dangerous. Please stay off the roadways if possible. If you have to drive, please use extreme caution.

UPDATED 10:14 a.m. Fri., Jan. 22 -- Roadway conditions are gradually worsening as snow accumulates with occasional slick spots. The total daytime snow accumulation is expected to be between 2 to 4 inches in the Spring Hill area. The snow will continue tonight, mainly before midnight, with a low temperature around 23 and a north wind 15 to 20 mph. Please use extreme caution when driving.
Spring Hill City Hall remains open. Waste Management has halted today's garbage/recycling collection, which will delay all of next week's pickup schedule by one day.
Williamson and Maury County schools are closed today.
City of Columbia offices were initially open but since have closed.

INITIAL UPDATE posted 7 a.m. Fri., Jan. 22 -- While much of the middle Tennessee area saw snow and freezing rain overnight, Spring Hill has experienced mostly rain throughout the morning. The rain is expected to continue until 9 a.m., when it will become rain and snow until noon. After noon, it will be mostly snow. Temperatures will be falling later this afternoon to about 29. Spring Hill is expected to receive 2-3 inches. The snow will start again tonight and continue until about midnight. The low temperature will be 23 with north-northwest winds 15-20 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. This winter storm is already creating some dangerous road conditions. If you don’t have to get on the roads, please don’t. Williamson County and Maury County Schools are closed Friday. Spring Hill City hall is open Friday.

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