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Severe Storms Possible across east Tennessee, southwest Virginia and southwest North Carolina for Saturday Afternoon and Evening

Severe Weather Overview for Saturday A very moist and unstable air-mass is possible Saturday afternoon and evening. Scattered thunderstorms will develop Saturday with some of the storms becoming severe. Large hail up to Golfball size and damaging winds up to 70 mph are possible. Also, localized heavy rainfall is expected with the stronger storms. Read More >

Notes about the mountain peak forecasts: (This is an experimental product)

1. The forecast represents the expected average conditions near the point of interest chosen.

2. Wind direction and speed may vary from the official forecast, due to channeling or eddying along ridges, valleys and other local terrain features.

3. Within the forecast product, a "-" symbol represents values of less than 15% in the thunder category where a "+" symbol represents 100% in the sky, precip, and thunder categories.

 

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Mountain Peaks Forecast Points
Carvers Gap (5,530 FT)
Frozen Head Mountain (3,324 FT)
Gregory Bald (4,949 FT)
High Knob (4,223 FT)
Max Patch (4,616 FT)
Mount LeConte (6,594 FT)
Newfound Gap (5,049 FT)
Roan Mountain State Park (2,900 FT)
Sam's Gap (3,760 FT)
The Pinnacle (2,440 FT)

 


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