This winter storm is not over. Overnight until 5 AM Monday (especially), snowfall will increase across much of East Tennessee, including in the Valley (add another 0.5" - 2") and the Smokies (add another 2" - 4"+)
Plateau may add another Trace to 1.0" of snow. But in all cases, some mixing may still occur.
Our WVLT Weather Alert continues until at least Noon on Monday. Check WVLT.TV for potential school closings.
----Chief Meteorologist David Aldrich
WHAT TO EXPECT...
Overnight, Cloudy, more wet snow, especially late, add another 0.5 to 2.0" in the Valley, sunrise 7:35 AM
Look for a low temperature of 32 degrees
Winds: SSW 3-8 mph
The normal or average high for this time of year is 51 degrees.
The normal or average low for this time of year is 33 degrees.
Knoxville on Monday: (Cloudy, early wet snow changes to rain before midday, highs near 41 degrees)
4 AM 33 degrees......Cloudy, wet snow, 60% chance
7 AM 32 degrees......Cloudy, wet snow showers & flurries sunrise 7:35 AM
Noon 38 degrees......Cloudy, rain showers, NNE 5-10 mph
1 PM 39 degrees......Cloudy, drizzle
4 PM 41 degrees......Mostly cloudy
7 PM 37 degrees......Partly cloudy
Sunset 5:22 PM
Monday night: Clearing skies, bitter cold, low of 22 degrees
Tuesday: Bright sunshine, chilly, high of 43 degrees
Wednesday: Sun to clouds, spotty rain during the late night, 20% chance, high of 46 degrees
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