Middle Tennessee experienced one of its harshest winters to date — and the proof is in the pavement.
Nashville should expect two to three inches of snow starting early Thursday morning. Areas further south, like Columbia and Tullahoma, will likely get sleet that will make roads icy, and snow will follow closely behind.
Three bridges in Humphreys County and one in Hickman were damaged beyond repair by flooding there this month. Replacing them will begin this fall and could take up to 12 months.
Even Tennessee officials call it “the highway everyone loves to hate.” But Interstate 440 in Nashville will have all lanes reopened by next Thursday, July 2, completing one of the city’s most desired road projects.
A tractor-trailer caught fire after an accident Monday morning, delaying traffic and likely destroying an entire load of mail.
Crews have begun cleaning up the mudslide that’s closed a section of Interstate 24 on the north side of Nashville. But the Department of Transportation estimates that it could be a week or more before the road reopens.