According to one of my local weather apps, there is a very large front moving from West to East across Tennessee. Today, it's gonna rain like crazy, flash flooding is possible, but temps are gonna hit the 60's. Meanwhile, arctic air out west will be racing across the nation, arriving in my neck of the woods Saturday night, which should then catch up to the precipitation and transition from rain to a wintry mix/freezing rain, and eventually to snow sometime very late Saturday night. The accompanying severe drop in temperatures will mean that there will be slick spots, ice, etc, affecting travel Sunday along with the 1" to 2" of snow also predicted. Nashville doesn't get much snow, sometimes none at all, though the temperatures do fall considerably in the winter, sometimes into the teens. When snow IS predicted, the locals go crazy! People literally flock to the grocery stores to stock up on "necessities" and I'm not kidding you when I say the bread and milk aisles are typically cleaned out!! There are so many jokes that float around about "milk sandwiches" and the like with the accompanying ridicule about Nashville taking the possibility of snow so seriously that they will rush to the grocery stores and the gas stations to "get prepared." It's especially funny when so often the prediction of snow is wrong and there's none at all, or a mere dusting. TDOT has been issuing bulletins about salting the roads and getting all kinds of heat because they CAN'T put the brine mix down when it's raining! I mean, duh!!! tldr: Nashville is ridiculous when it comes to the potential for snow events. What about where you live, how do you prepare for severe weather?