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Last Map Update: Thu, Feb. 20, 2020 at 1:40:32 am EST

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Significant snowfall is expected across the far east Tennessee Mountains and southwest North Carolina Thursday. Light accumulations anticipated over the Plateau, east Tennessee valley,and southwest Virginia. Mainly over the grassy and elevated surfaces.
Precipitatin will spread quickly northeast across the area Thursday morning. A rain and snow mixutre is expected across southeast Tennessee, rain changing to all snow central sections, and mainly all snow for southwest Virginia and northeast Tennessee.
Another system will move across the area on Thursday bringing with it rain changing to snow, gradually tapering off during the evening. Any accumulations in the valley will be light but significant snowfall is likely across the far east Tennessee Mountains and southwest North Carolina. Temperatures drop into the teens and 20s Thursday night with below normal temperatures continuing into Friday.
Another system will move across the area on Thursday bringing with it rain changing to snow, gradually tapering off during the evening. Any accumulations in the valley will be light but significant snowfall is likely across the far east Tennessee Mountains and southwest North Carolina. Temperatures drop into the teens and 20s Thursday night with below normal temperatures continuing into Friday.
Another system will move across the area on Thursday bringing with it rain changing to snow, gradually tapering off during the evening. Any accumulations in the valley will be light but significant snowfall is likely across the far east Tennessee Mountains and southwest North Carolina. Temperatures drop into the teens and 20s Thursday night with below normal temperatures continuing into Friday.
Another system will move across the area on Thursday bringing with it rain changing to snow, gradually tapering off during the evening. Any accumulations in the valley will be light but significant snowfall is likely across the far east Tennessee Mountains and southwest North Carolina. Temperatures drop into the teens and 20s Thursday night with below normal temperatures continuing into Friday.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(EST)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Abingdon VA01:15Overcast10361643E 730 [WC]30.37
Andrews-Murphy NC01:15Overcast10454498CALM-30.31
Chattanooga TN00:53Overcast10483049NNE 943 [WC]30.32
Crossville TN00:53Mostly Clear10372151NE 830 [WC]30.32
Dalton GA00:55Overcast10463565N 3-30.33
Knoxville TN (McGhee-Tyson)00:53Overcast10442546NE 939 [WC]30.34
Middlesboro KY00:55Partly Cloudy10353287CALM-30.39
Monroe Cnty TN00:55Overcast10442648NE 640 [WC]30.33
Morristown TN00:55Overcast10412348ENE 1034 [WC]30.33
Oak Ridge TN00:53Overcast10452138VRB 542 [WC]30.36
Tazewell Cnty VA01:15Clear10311857NE 625 [WC]30.37
Tri-Cities TN00:53Overcast10382252NE 533 [WC]30.36
Wise VA01:15Partly Cloudy10322163NE 526 [WC]30.36
Greeneville, TN00:55Overcast10411941ENE 835 [WC]30.33


Local Weather History For February 20th...
In 2015, cold air caused temperatures to stay below freezing for 6
days at Knoxville and Tri-Cities.