The National Weather Service reported snowfall totals of 1-4 inches across much of Middle Tennessee as a winter storm moved across the region over the weekend. Other areas got higher amounts.
Residents woke up to snow, sleet or rain on Sunday, most of which turned to all snow throughout the day.
While a layer of sleet blanketed parts of the region, others got measurable snowfall, especially in the southwestern part of Middle Tennessee. Large flakes the size of a silver dollar were reported throughout Williamson County, with some areas reporting nearly 7 inches of accumulation.
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Wondering how much snow fell yesterday through this morning? Many locations totaled 1-4" with numerous pockets of higher amounts, especially south of I-40 and along the Cumberland Plateau.
So far this year, Nashville has officially recorded 9.3" of snow. pic.twitter.com/JhOIp5AYfh
— NWS Nashville (@NWSNashville) January 17, 2022
NWS relies on a variety of methods to estimate snowfall, including volunteer spotters. The totals listed below are not considered official.
Here's a look at how much snow was reported around Middle Tennessee:
Nashville: 1-2 inches
Clarksville: 1.4 inches
Williamson County: 1-6.8 inches
6.8 inches in Brentwood
4-5 inches in Nolensville
1-3 inches throughout the county
Hohenwald (Lewis County): 5.7 inches
Livingston (Overton County): 5.9 inches
Rutherford County: 1-2.3 inches
Find a full list of unofficial totals from NWS here.
Find reporter Rachel Wegner at email@example.com or on Twitter @rachelannwegner.
This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: How many inches of snow on Sunday? Nashville, Middle Tennessee in 2022