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Last Map Update: Wed, Mar. 29, 2017 at 11:03:36 am EDT

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A cold front will bring the potential of severe thunderstorms across the Plateau and southeast Tennessee late Thursday and Thursday night. Damaging winds and hail will be the main concern, but isolated tornadoes are possible.
A High Wind Watch is in effect for the far east Tennessee Mountains and Foothills for late Thursday through early Friday morning.
Above normal temperatures and fair weather are expected today and tonight. The warmth will continue on Thursday, but rain chances will be slowly increasing through the afternoon.
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 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Abingdon VA10:35Partly Cloudy10615168E 8-30.12
Andrews-Murphy NC10:40Clear10605377CALM-30.09
Chattanooga TN09:53Partly Cloudy10625372N 5-30.07
Crossville TN10:42Partly Cloudy10565390VRB 5-30.08
Dalton GA10:35Clear10605377CALM-30.08
Knoxville TN09:53Mostly Clear10595277NE 6-30.07
Middlesboro KY10:35Clear10615374CALM-30.11
Morristown TN10:35Clear10645367VRB 7-30.08
Oak Ridge TN09:53Clear10635370ENE 8-30.09
Tazewell Cnty VA10:35Overcast10534883ENE 5-30.14
Tri-Cities TN09:53Partly Cloudy10595380S 3-30.11
Wayne Cnty KY10:41Mostly Cloudy10605377NNW 7G16-30.11
Wise VA10:35Overcast10535193NE 3-30.15

Local Weather History For March 29th...
Tornado hit Hamilton and Bradley County in 1997. $48 million damage,
94 hurt, second one hit Polk County.