Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Dream of "White Christmas" Could Come True
There's more detail today on the possibility of a white Christmas in the Cookeville area. Forecasters at the National Weather Service office in Nashville are keeping a close eye on a storm system that is moving this way. Bobby Boyd, a meteorologist with the weather service, says parts of middle Tennessee could get one to two inches of snow from that system, but he says areas around Cookeville, especially those on the Cumberland Plateau could see up to four inches of snow from the storm, which is expected to begin as rainfall on Friday and turn over to snow showers on Christmas Day with what forecasters are calling "significant accumulation."