Warmer weather moves into Tennessee, warnings lifted
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The National Weather Service has lifted all frozen precipitation watches and warnings in Tennessee as warmer air moves into the state.
The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency has declared a state of emergency.
They have also opened emergency operations centers because of the ice this morning.
Road conditions are bad in the western and middle parts of the state as they received between one-quarter and one-half inch of freezing rain.
Officials say even a quarter inch of ice is enough to break power lines.