Sunday's low in Knoxville was 41°.
Sunday's high in Knoxville was 46°.
Periods of rain continues tonight. Latest models still suggest one inch of rain on average across Knoxville and East Tennessee, with locally higher amounts, from now until the time we reach midday Monday.
Model A: 0.91"
Model B: 1.02"
Model C: 1.10"
3 Model Average: 1.01"
Here's your latest forecast that includes Christmas...
Periods of rain, 80% chance, lows in the mid 40s and rising.
Sunrise 7:43 AM
Rain showers, 60% chance, mostly in the A.M., otherwise, mostly cloudy, highs in the mid to upper 50s
Sunset 5:27 PM
Scattered clouds, lows in the lower 40s.
Patchy fog to sunshiny skies, highs in the mid-60s.
Christmas Eve night:
Scattered clouds, patchy fog, lows in the lower to mid-40s.
Some early fog, becoming mostly sunny, unseasonably warm, highs in the mid-60s
Normal high for Christmas: 48°
Record high for Christmas: 76 (1982)
This warm Christmas outlook was first presented on November 5th during my Winter Weather Outlook. To see that video for the rest of this upcoming winter, go to the Home page of CaptainAccurate.com, scroll down a bit, then hit PLAY.
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