Will snow-ice-sleet continue into Nashville's work week?

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Good morning, friends, Tennessean storytelling columnist Brad Schmitt here, whiplashed from the crazy weather — and the weather predictions — for the last two days.

Most everyone saw at least a little snow, and sleet and freezing temperatures made driving hazardous throughout Middle Tennessee.

A pedestrian walks through Elmington Park during a winter storm Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022 in Nashville, Tenn.  The storm brought rain, snow and sleet to Middle Tennessee.
A pedestrian walks through Elmington Park during a winter storm Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022 in Nashville, Tenn. The storm brought rain, snow and sleet to Middle Tennessee.

We're not out of danger yet, my fellow Tennessean reporters say.

Temperatures aren't expected to get much above freezing today, so roads could be treacherous throughout the day. There is some relief expected tomorrow; the forecast is calling for some sunshine and temps in the 40s Tuesday.

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