Additional Rainfall to Expect, based on data from Wednesday morning
Model A: 0.26"
Model B: 0.16"
Model C: 0.52"
3 Model Average: 0.313"
Naturally, you can expect some locally higher amounts.
Morning fog, mostly cloudy, some hazy sun, scattered showers and storms, 60% chance, some could be strong to severe, particularly in the afternoon and evening. Hail and damaging wind may result. Look for highs in the upper 60s to near 70°.
Record high is 72° from 1907, back when Theodore Roosevelt was President.
More showers and storms, 60% chance, cooler, lows in the mid to upper 40s.
Becoming mostly sunny.
Lower to mid 60s after midnight, daytime highs in the lower to mid 50s.
An "Upside down" day
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A MARGINAL (or isolated) risk for severe storms is in effect for East Tennessee on Wednesday from the Storm Prediction Center
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