Current Conditions

Knoxville, TN
77° F

Hazy, hot and humid Thursday, spotty storm in the Smokies

We'll have partly cloudy skies around the region overnight with lows near 70. Thursday will be another warm day with highs near 92. Friday into the weekend we bring back a chance for showers & storms nearly each afternoon. For the game in Nashville it appears we'll have partly cloudy skies with HOT conditions so keep the water handy.

Sunday has the best chance for rain this weekend with a 40-50% chance of a storm in the afternoon.

Thursday Forecast

Knoxville (Mostly Sunny high 92, Winds NE 5-10)

8AM 70 degrees, Partly Cloudy. Muggy

Noon 85 degrees Mix of Sun & Clouds

5 PM 92 degrees......Few Clouds

Sunsets 8:01 PM

Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 70. Northwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm.

Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot, with a high near 92. Calm wind becoming northeast around 5 mph.

Friday: Mostly sunny and hot, with a high near 93. Calm wind becoming northeast around 5 mph in the afternoon.

High Temperatures Thursday

Knoxville 91 degrees

Maryville 90 degrees

Mascot 91 degrees

Luttrell 91 degrees

Farragut 91 degrees

Oak Ridge 89 degrees

Dandridge 90 degrees

Oneida 88 degrees

Crossville 87 degrees

LaFollette 87 degrees

Wartburg 88 degrees

Tazewell 87 degrees

Sneedville 86 degrees

Morristown 88 degrees

Rutledge 88 degrees

Newport 88 degrees

Kingston 90 degrees

Madisonville 89 degrees

Sevierville 90 degrees

Gatlinburg 82 degrees

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