(WHNT) – Most of the Tennessee Valley is under a freezing rain advisory from 3 a.m. – 9 a.m. Friday. This means ice accumulation up to 1/4″ is possible.
There could be issues on bridges and overpasses Friday morning. If you are in northern Madison County, Fayetteville, Winchester, over to Jackson County, the chance of ice accumulation are a little higher than areas to the south and west. Keep in mind, it doesn’t take much freezing rain to cause issues on area roadways Friday morning.
WHNT News 19 will monitor the situation as it continues to develop. Please check for updates through this evening and Friday morning.
The winter weather advisory for Giles, Lawrence, and Wayne Counties in Tennessee are for a similar forecast for ice accumulation. The National Weather Service in Nashville are responsible for those counties. The winter storm watch for northwest Georgia and east Tennessee is for higher ice accumulations.
Here are more details on our weather blog, Valleywx.com.