Storm Impacts

The Williamson County Emergency Management Agency is currently monitoring winter storm impacts throughout the Williamson County area. If you are in an emergency, dial 9-1-1. 

Weather Updates

Williamson County Emergency Management is monitoring weather conditions across the County to plan for any potential impacts. The National Weather Service provides daily updates to the community through their website and social media on the forecast to our area:

Impacted Roadways

There are no road closures at this time. 

Facility and Park Closures 

Closures Closure Date
There are no closures at this time.   

What to do during a power outage:

Keep freezers and refrigerators closed. The refrigerator will keep food cold for about four hours. A full freezer will keep the temperature for about 48 hours. Use coolers with ice if necessary. Monitor temperatures with a thermometer.

Maintain food supplies that do not require refrigeration.

Avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Generators, camp stoves or charcoal grills should always be used outdoors and at least 20 feet away from windows. Never use a gas stovetop or oven to heat your home.

Check on your neighbors. Older adults and young children are especially vulnerable to extreme temperatures.

Go to a community location with power if heat or cold is extreme.

Turn off or disconnect appliances, equipment or electronics. Power may return with momentary surges or spikes that can cause damage

Talk to your medical provider about a power outage plan for medical devices powered by electricity and refrigerated medicines. Find out how long medication can be stored at higher temperatures and get specific guidance for any medications that are critical for life. If power goes out, you do not have backup, and your device cannot operate, call 911. 

Have cold weather clothing, blankets, and towels available to place in drafty areas and to use to keep yourself and your family warm. 

Try to maintain as much power and battery power in your devices as possible.

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