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News by the numbers in Nashville, TN

Nashville officials plan to finalize the redistricting process by early 2021.

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2022 is already doing a number on us, starting with going from 70° to snow in 24 hours.

You know what else is doing numbers? Music City. Today, we’re breaking down some news in fast, by-the-numbers facts to give you a talking point or two this week.

1-2.5 inches. The average snowfall the Nashville area saw on Sunday night. Some Middle Tennessee counties saw higher averages, with areas in Rutherford receiving up to 9 inches.

69,489. The record-setting attendance count for the Transperfect Music City Bowl that took place at Nissan Stadium last Thursday, following a 2020 bowl game hiatus.

675. The number of retweets one Titans fan received on a post about his lost wedding ring at Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. The post reached Burke Nihill — the Titans’ president + CEO — who facilitated a successful search.

200,000. The estimated number of people that attended Nashville’s Big Bash on New Year’s Eve, nearly matching the pre-pandemic numbers of 2019.

208. The number of local events we’ve broken down for you in our January Plan Ahead calendar.

If we’ve successfully turned you into a numbers person, check out some interesting Nashville statistics from the NCVC — from elevation to population.

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