How Much Snow Did Middle Tennessee Get?

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The National Weather Service (NWS) has released its snowfall reports from the last few days.

Highest Snowfalls from January 14 – 15, 2024.
The below report highlights the following counties: Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson. To see reports from more counties, click here.
*Note from NWS: Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. Not all data listed are considered official

Cheatham County
1 WNW Kingston Springs – 8.0 inches – Lat/Lon 36.10N/87.11W

Davidson County
3 NNE Belle Meade –  9.0 inches – Lat/Lon 36.13N/86.84W
2 WNW Berry Hill – 8.9 inches – Lat/Lon 36.12N/86.80W
1 NE Oak Hill – 8.5 inches – Lat/Lon 36.09N/86.77W
2 ENE Antioch – 7.9 inches – Lat/Lon 36.08N/86.64W

Dickson County
3 NNE Dickson – 8.0 inches – Lat/Lon 36.11N/87.36W

Maury County
7 SSE Spring Hill –  4.8 inches – Lat/Lon 35.64N/86.88W

Robertson County
1 NNW Springfield – 6.0 inches – Lat/Lon 36.51N/86.89W

Rutherford County
5 S Murfreesboro – 6.9 inches – Lat/Lon 35.78N/86.40W

Sumner County
1 W Hendersonville – 8.1 inches – Lat/Lon 36.29N/86.62W

Williamson County
2 W Nolensville 5.5 – inches – Lat/Lon 35.94N/86.68W

Wilson County
1 NNE Green Hill –  8.0 inches – Lat/Lon 36.25N/86.57W
5 SSE Gallatin – 8.0 inches – Lat/Lon 36.30N/86.43W
1 WSW Gladeville  – 7.5 inches – Lat/Lon 36.11N/86.42W

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