Tonight, we will be blanketed in clouds. We'll see some showers late crossing over from North Carolina. It will be predominately wintry mix and snow showers in the Smokies, to rain showers in the lower elevations. With temperatures dropping to around 35 degrees in Valley, we'll see some wintry mix and snow showers by early Wednesday.
* Trouble spots on the road will be along the Smokies, such as Sevier County and I-40 in Cocke County crossing into North Carolina. There could be some spotty slick spots and snow on the ground along the Plateau, NE Tennessee, and Southeastern Kentucky.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with on and off showers. It's a 60% chance for rain during the day, with a high of 48 degrees, then cooler air will change the showers back to a wintry mix later in the day.
We'll see the showers taper to light snow by Thursday morning.
Thanksgiving Day will be mostly to partly cloudy, with a chilly high of 44 degrees. There will be lingering spotty snow showers in the higher elevations.
Total snowfall will be up to a half an inch in the Valley from Tuesday night into Thursday. (Most precipitation will be rain.) The higher elevations will range from 0.5" to 2 inches, from the Plateau, to Northeastern Tennessee, and parts of Eastern Kentucky. The mountains, Smokies and in SE Kentucky, will see some spots receive 2 to 5+ inches of snowfall.
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