Partial clearing today, dry and cool to start the work week
A mixture of clouds and sunshine will define our Sunday, with highs getting into the middle to upper sixties. There is still a chance for some scattered showers in the morning, but we should dry out late in the day as a calm weather pattern arrives.
Look for sunny and cool weather on Monday and Tuesday, with temps topping out in the sixties for highs and dipping into the forties for lows.
Scattered rain is possible Wednesday and Thursday, then dry and warmer air arrives Friday and Saturday.
John Carroll Meteorologist
Local Storm Report:
Rainfall at McGhee Tyson .44" Oak Ridge .86" Cosby .58" Knoxville (downtown) 1.00" Cherokee Dam .70" Morristown .56" Sugarland Center .77" Sevierville 1.01" Gatlinburg .55"
1" hail reported in NW Knoxville (I-640 and Broadway) 1" hail reported in NW Knoxville (I-640 and Western) 1" hail reported in Green County
Thunderstorm wind damage: Kodak Townsend New Market SW of Gatlinburg
- Patty Stockton from Morristown noticed the clouds were moving a different direction than the wind, and wanted to know. Some days you may also notice layers of clouds moving different directions.
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