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Record lows this morning, sunny and warm this afternoon

Record low this morning, the mercury in the thermometer dropped to 54 this morning, shattering the record of 58 degrees, which was established in 1874.

Interestingly, at 11:52 pm Tuesday the temperature dropped to 58 degrees, which breaks the record for that date (7/29) of 59 degrees which was set one year ago. Two days in a row with record low temperatures.

The rest of today will be mostly sunny and mild with a high of 83.

Tonight: Mostly clear, low of 59 degrees

Thursday: Partly cloudy, 20% chance of showers and storms, high of 85 degrees

Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy, 60% chance of showers and storms, high of 86 degrees



Knoxville for the day ahead (Mostly sunny, highs: 80 to 83 degrees)

Knoxville 83 degrees

Maryville 83 degrees

Mascot 81 degrees

Luttrell 81 degrees

Farragut 82 degrees

Oak Ridge 83 degrees

Dandridge 81 degrees

Oneida 78 degrees

Crossville 78 degrees

LaFollette 81 degrees

Wartburg 80 degrees

Tazewell 80 degrees

Sneedville 80 degrees

Morristown 81 degrees

Rutledge 81 degrees

Newport 78 degrees

Kingston 80 degrees

Madisonville 81 degrees

Sevierville 79 degrees

Gatlinburg 74 degrees


John Carroll
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Knoxville, TN
70° F
Scattered Clouds
Wed
83/59
Thu
85/62
Fri
86/63
Sat
84/61

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