Showers arrive today and stick around all week
Meteorologist Paige Noel is tracking multiple rounds of rain throughout the week.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - It’s a chilly day with showers arriving mid-day to afternoon. A better chance for rain arrives later this evening into the overnight hours. Showers continue on and off throughout the week, so keep the WVLT First Alert weather app handy.
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WHAT TO EXPECT
Temperatures will only warm up to about 44 degrees this afternoon with scattered showers increasing throughout the day.
We’ll see better coverage in rain later this evening and into the overnight hours. We’ll actually warm up throughout the overnight hours as well leaving us at 47 degrees by Tuesday morning. Overall we’ll see about a quarter to half an inch of rain today.
One thing we will have to watch is for some pockets of heavy rain that could lead to ponding for morning and afternoon commutes, but with some breaks in the rain, it looks like the flooding threat is low.
We’ll start out with some pockets of moderate rainfall Tuesday morning, but get a break before increasing once again Tuesday night and into Wednesday. Meanwhile, temperatures are slowly warming into the lower and middle 60s throughout the week.
It looks like the cold front finally pushes through our region sometime late Thursday into early Friday morning. We should dry out throughout the day Friday into the first half of the weekend. In your First Alert 8-Day Planner, we could be tracking another front to push through early next week.
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