If you need to get some work done outside, Thursday is a good day for it before we have on and rain at times.
WHAT TO EXPECT
This morning was a frosty cold start to the day, with a low of 27 in Knoxville, 24 in Crossville, and 23 degrees in Middlesboro. (The average low for Knoxville this time of year is 32.)
You'll see some extra clouds moving in this afternoon. Thin, high clouds will draper over our area this afternoon and then we'll have thicker clouds moving in this evening, which will bring in showers tonight.
Today's high is right around average, as we top out at 49 degrees.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with spotty showers becoming more scattered, getting to a 40% coverage of our area by the early morning hours and a low of 36 degrees. Isolated sleet is possible in the mountains briefly Friday morning.
Scattered rain lingers Friday, and increases to a 60% coverage of our area in rain during the afternoon and through the evening hours. The high will be around 45 degrees, with a light breeze.
Saturday will be closer to 52 degrees, with scattered showers lingering. Isolated snow showers in the mountains are possible Saturday night to Sunday morning as these showers move out.
Sunday comes with clouds leaving briefly, as clouds move in again late building up to more rain at night. The high will be around 50 degrees.
Monday will be rainy at times, with a high of 55 degrees. This is now looking to change over to some snow showers by Tuesday morning, as colder air settles in.
Tuesday will cool from what will be a midnight high near 50, then down to mid to upper 30s Tuesday morning, with an afternoon high in the low 40s.
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