How much snow will Tennessee get Sunday and Monday? See projected snow fall counts

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Tennessee had a little over a week to recover from the last winter storm, before another one is scheduled to hit.

The "major winter storm" is expected to move across Middle Tennessee on Saturday night through Sunday, the National Weather Service said. A winter storm watch will take effect for the entire region at 6 p.m. Saturday and last through 6 p.m. Sunday.

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The storm has been given the name, Winter Storm Izzy.

Here's a look at the forecast and its impact on Tennessee:

How much snow is expected across Tennessee?

Here's what the National Weather Service is calling for as of Saturday:

  • Nashville: 4-5 inches

  • Crossville: 6-7 inches

  • Columbia: 5 inches

  • Clarksville: 1-2 inches

  • Waverly: 3-4 inches

  • Waynesboro: 4-5 inches

  • Knoxville: 0.5-1 inch

  • Kingston: 1-2 inches

  • Morristown: 2 inches

  • Memphis: 2-3 inches

  • Jackson: 3-4 inches

Trisha Easto is a digital producer in the USA Today network. You can find her on Twitter @trishaanicole

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