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Winter-Like Conditions Expected this Weekend

Winter-like conditions will be possible for middle Tennessee this weekend.  A freeze warning is in effect for Friday and Saturday night.  Temperatures will drop to around the freezing mark in Nashville and upper 20s outside the metro area.  Saturday night will be even colder with temperatures dropping as low as the mid-20s outside the metro.  Breezy NW winds will add to the chill.  Bring plants and pets indoors for the weekend and make sure outdoor vegetation is protected as well.In addition to the cold, rain showers along the Cumberland Plateau will change over to light snow overnight. 


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Remembering Ray Price

Scott Couch

Nashville, TN

  Country music hall of famer Ray Price died Monday afternoon at his home near Tyler, Texas.  He had been battling pancreatic cancer for more than 2-years.  Price, who's hits include:  For the Good Times; Crazy Arms and Please Release me was a protege' and one time roommate in Nashville of Hank Williams Senior. 

  Ray Price is credited as the father of the Texas Shuffle, a four by four country rhythm with a walking baseline that continues to be a staple at country music dance clubs from Nashville to Fort Worth.  Price is credited with being the first to record hit songs written by Willie Nelson, Roger Miller and Kris Kristopherson.  Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard have both been quoted as saying they would not be in the hall of fame if not for Ray Price.

  Price's wife of 45-years, Janie, was at his side when he passed away.  A family spokesman shared Price's last thought for his fans.  He urged them not to worry about him, saying he was a faithful man and he would see them again.

  Ray Price was 87.