A winter storm was expected to bring snow flurries, but no accumulation, to Chattanooga overnight.
It was due to bring snow accumulation in some areas of Tennessee north of Chattanooga.
Here is a Special Weather Statement for Chattanooga issued Tuesday night:
PECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT UNTIL 8 AM EST WED ...SNOW FLURRIES TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING... SCATTERED LIGHT SNOW FLURRIES ARE EXPECTED TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING. NO ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED. RIDGETOPS COULD SEE A LOCALIZED DUSTING. USE CAUTION DRIVING TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING...THE SNOW MAY CAUSE ISOLATED SLICK SPOTS AND LOCALLY REDUCED VISIBILITES.
There is also the possibility of snow showers to Chattanoga near the end of the week and the first of next week.
Here is the Special Weather Statement from the National Weather Service:
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT UNTIL 11:45PM EST TUE ...SNOWFALL TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING... A WINTER WEATHER SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN REGION TONIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY WILL GENERATE SCATTERED SNOWFALL ACROSS THE AREA. AREAS GENERALLY NORTH OVER I-40 CAN SEE ACCUMULATIONS OF LESS THAN AN INCH. THE EAST TN MOUNTAINS AND HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF SOUTHWEST VA COULD SEE AMOUNTS OF 1 TO 2 INCHES. A SNOW ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FOR THESE AREAS. USE CAUTION DRIVING TONIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING...THE SNOW MAY CAUSE SLICK SPOTS AND LOCALLY REDUCED VISIBILITES.