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No Weather-related Incidents Reported by Tennessee Emergency Management Agency

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee remains under a state of emergency this morning.

Bitterly cold temperatures, highs only in the teens, lows in the single digits and wind chills from -5 to -15 degrees, are expected to remain until Wednesday, according to the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency in a 6 a.m. update.  So far, there are no reports of life-safety issues, no reports of problems on interstates and no widespread power outages.
Schools across Tennessee are closed or on two-hour delays.

The Red Cross has 21 shelters on stand-by in the west and middle regions. However, at this time, no shelters are currently open.

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