They have redeemed themselves! Music City received a dusting of snow last night, that means there is snow on the roof and the grass is almost covered. Snow in the south is a relative term. (Anything more than 2" of accumulation is considered a blizzard).
Of course, the grocery stores have had a run on milk and bread, schools have been closed for a 100 mile radius, and traffic is more insane than normal. Ahh, gotta love snow.
(For weather watchers, Tennessee has had some bizarre weather this week, tornadoes, temps ranging from single digits to high sixties and now snow).