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Strong to Severe Thunderstorms Possible late Friday Afteroon and Evening

The remains of Tropical Storm Cindy will move across the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys Friday and Friday night. A line of strong to severe thunderstorms are possible late Friday afternoon and evening. Main concern will be damaging winds, heavy rain and possibly isolated tornadoes. Please stay tuned to the latest weather forecast. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Jun. 22, 2017 at 6:18:34 pm EDT

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There is a marginal risk of severe weather this afternoon, generally across southern and eastern locations. The main threat will be strong winds.
There will be a slight risk of severe weather on Friday. There will be the possibility of a few weak brief short-lived tornadoes with gusty winds also being a threat with any stronger storms.
...Tropical Storm Cindy is Expected to Bring Potentially Heavy Rainfall to the Area Today through Saturday... A tropical plume of moisture associated with Tropical Storm Cindy will bring potentially heavy rains into east Tennessee, southwest Virginia, and southwest North Carolina. The axis of heaviest precipitation may change based on the exact track of the system, but computer models presently suggest that the Cumberland Plateau may receive the highest amounts for our area, up to three inches of rainfall through the period. Locally higher amounts are possible. Flooding is possible across the entire area with this heavy rainfall. Keep informed of this developing weather situation by checking out the latest weather forecasts and hydrologic information by visiting our website at weather.gov/mrx
Each observation point is apart of our COOP program (Cooperative Observer Program). Each site has a 24 hour observation period that ends and begins at 8 am local time. Each site records temperature, precipitation, and snowfall data. More information about the COOP program can be found here www.nws.noaa.gov/om/coop/ Data began being collected at: Cades Cover on 01/01/1999 || Mount LeConte on 07/01/1987 || Newfound Gap on 01/01/1991 || Sugarlands Visitor Center on 12/01/1921
More information on this climate data can be found at http://www.weather.gov/mrx/dailyclimateimageinfo

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(EDT)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Abingdon VA17:55Light Rain10737089ESE 5-30.11
Andrews-Murphy NC17:40Overcast10737194CALM-30.08
Chattanooga TN18:07Rain \ Mist2 1/2767493VRB 5-29.99
Crossville TN17:53Overcast10716993SSE 8-30.02
Dalton GA17:55Light Rain107575100SSE 6-30.00
Knoxville TN (McGhee-Tyson)17:53Light Rain10747190E 7-30.00
Middlesboro KY17:55Rain10737092CALM-30.03
Morristown TN17:55Mist57373100E 6-30.03
Oak Ridge TN17:53Light Rain9757290E 3-30.01
Tazewell Cnty VA17:55Light Rain10696895CALM-30.13
Tri-Cities TN17:53Overcast10737090ENE 3-30.08
Wise VA17:50Light Drizzle106969100CALM-30.14


Local Weather History For June 22nd...
In 2011, a tornado formed in Roane Co. Additional wind damage was reported.