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Last Map Update: Sun, Jan. 22, 2017 at 11:23:35 pm EST

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A strong low pressure system will pull deep sub-tropical moisture into the Tennessee Valley and Southern Appalachians tonight. At the same time, a slow moving cold front will move into the area from the southwest. This frontal boundary will combine with the abundant moisture to produce a long duration rain event early next week. Some of the rain will be moderate to heavy with rainfall amounts of 1.5 to 3 inches anticipated, with locally heavier amounts possible along the east Tennessee and western North Carolina mountains. Localized runoff problems and areal flooding of poor drainage areas are possible. Flash flooding of low lying areas, roadway flooding and rapid stream rise are also possible in areas that repeatedly experience heavy showers and thunderstorms over a short period of time. Stay alert for possible flood watches and warnings and know what to do if a warning is issued.
Given the potential for locally heavy rainfall late this weekend into early next week, make sure you know your flood safety rules and know what to do if a warning is issue. One of the biggest rules: do NOT drive across flooded roadways! Turn Around, Don't Drown!
A few strong to marginally severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and evening. Greatest threat lies in SW NC and SE TN. In addition, periods of moderate to heavy rainfall will move across the region this evening and overnight as an upper-low tracks across the Southern Appalachians. Some localized flooding issues, as 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rainfall with locally higher amounts in the mountains, are possible.
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 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Abingdon VA22:55Partly Cloudy10554981E 22-29.29
Middlesboro KY22:55Overcast35353100CALM-29.26
Knoxville TN22:53Overcast4545189SW 15-29.21
Andrews-Murphy NC23:00Overcast105151100CALM-29.20
Dalton GA22:55Overcast55050100S 15G2244 [WC]29.16
Tri-Cities TN22:53Mostly Cloudy10564977NE 14G22-29.25
Tazewell Cnty VA22:55Overcast10514682E 15G30-29.32
Crossville TN23:05Overcast1 3/4525196ENE 8-29.25
Chattanooga TN22:53Overcast35353100ENE 21G35-29.10
Oak Ridge TN22:48Overcast2 1/2555393NA-29.21
Wayne Cnty KY22:56Overcast10545396NNE 22G25-29.29
Morristown TN22:55Overcast3555393ENE 13G25-29.19
Wise VA22:55Overcast10514681E 7-29.32

Local Weather History For January 22nd...
In 2014, a winter storm hit area, up to 6" of snow fell in the higher elevations over 2 days.