Storms winding down today, another round early Tuesday
Spotty storms are still possible for the remainder of Monday but not nearly to the coverage as this morning. Expect another round to rumble through Tuesday morning.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - Spotty storms are still possible for the remainder of Monday but not nearly to the coverage as this morning. Expect another round to rumble through Tuesday morning.
WHAT TO EXPECT
This morning’s heavy rain and storms managed to drop anywhere from a half inch over Downtown Knoxville to just over an inch in places like Jacksboro and Oneida. Another round will be possible overnight.
A powerful storm system over the Midwest will have an impact on our weather overnight. Storms look to move through after midnight into the early Tuesday morning hours on the heels of some gusty winds sent out from a system in Illinois and Indiana. The low should dip below 70 degrees.
The rest of the week looks about the same, with more off and on storm chances billowing up during the afternoon heat.
Tuesday starts with scattered early morning rain and storms, then more stray storms will try to puff up during the afternoon The high will be around 90 degrees.
Scattered rain and storms are on track for both Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Highs will top our around 90 degrees.
A more likely round of rain and storms arrives for Friday into Saturday. That should be enough to knock our highs back down into the mid and upper 80s.
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