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Last Map Update: Thu, Mar. 30, 2017 at 2:39:32 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.
Locally heavy rainfall will be possible with storms that move through on Thursday night. The greatest threat for flooding will be for areas west of I-75.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Abingdon VA02:15Clear10574870CALM-30.04
Andrews-Murphy NC02:00Clear10504994SW 3-30.01
Chattanooga TN01:53Clear10625783CALM-29.92
Crossville TN01:53Mostly Clear10575180CALM-29.96
Dalton GA01:55Partly Cloudy10645777SSE 3-29.94
Knoxville TN01:53Clear10595174NE 5-29.92
Middlesboro KY01:55Clear10535091CALM-29.98
Morristown TN01:55Mostly Cloudy10624859E 5-29.96
Oak Ridge TN01:53Clear10585177CALM-29.95
Tazewell Cnty VA02:15Clear10594865SE 6-30.05
Tri-Cities TN01:53Clear10514682CALM-30.01
Wayne Cnty KY01:56Mostly Cloudy10575283W 5-29.94
Wise VA01:55Clear10594458SSE 8-30.04

Local Weather History For March 30th...
In 2012 storms formed on 3 straight days with damaging wind and hail as large as golf balls.