A batch of showers will approach late today, around 7 to 9 p.m. along the Plateau. This will start as rain but will change to a wintry mix and snow in the higher elevations and gradually become wet snow showers for some in the Valley as the temperature drops. Scattered snow will fall, mainly outside of Knox County but some spotty flurries and wet snow showers will be possible.
Tonight's low will be around 33 degrees, with a 60% chance for showers.
Thanksgiving Day will be mostly cloudy, as the showers taper off, so some wet snow showers and flurries will start the day. The high will be around 44 degrees.
Thursday night will be cold as clouds clear out, with a low of 26 degrees.
Friday will be mostly sunny with a high of 46 degrees.
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