Wilson County Schools officials said some activities would go on as scheduled Tuesday despite the snow while other events are postponed.
Scenes from snowfall Tuesday across Lebanon.
Wilson County Schools will be closed Tuesday due to the snow. Kids Club or extended care will open at 8 a.m.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory Monday for Wilson County.
The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch Tuesday for Wilson County.
Wilson County is in the path of a line of thunderstorms that are expected to produce damaging winds and isolated tornadoes Tuesday night.
Last week’s snow storm caused school closures, power outages and numerous wrecks throughout the county.
Wilson County Schools, day care and Kids Club extended school program will be closed Monday. Teams will be allowed to practice and/or workout starting at noon. Players should contact coaches for details.
After nearly 48 hours of intense lingering snowfall accumulation coupled with subfreezing temperatures, Wilson County started to see glimmers Sunday of the winter wonderland melting away.
Officials across Wilson County continue to discourage travel as crews work to clear roadways, which remain hazardous due to the heavy snowfall and below freezing temperatures.
Check out these #WilsonSnowDay photos and videos shared via Instagram and Twitter.
MT. JULIET – The attention of city public safety and public works is focused on an approaching winter storm, where a winter storm warning is in effect through Saturday.
Wilson County Schools will be closed Friday. Extended care or Kids Club will also be closed. All extracurricular activities (sports, plays, etc.) are cancelled for Friday and Saturday.
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for Wilson County and most of Middle Tennessee for the weekend.
The following are weather-related rescheduled events for the weekend: