Knoxville weather forecast from WATE 6 Storm Team


Scattered showers linger overnight with locally heavy rainfall possible again Sunday

  •  Tonight (Weather AWARE): Scattered shower threat lingers overnight. Low: 55°.
  •  Sunday (Weather AWARE): Much cooler with rain remaining likely (70%). Some of the rainfall could be heavy with flooding possible. High: 61°.
  •  Monday: Morning clouds thin out some through the day. High: 70°.

A slow moving cold front will keep rain chances high over the next 24-36 hours. There will be scattered storms through tonight and some could contain some damaging winds, but flooding potential may be a bigger concern tonight through Sunday.

There has already been some substantial rainfall amounts in some areas and with an additional 1″-2″+ possible across the region, flooding could be a concern through Sunday, especially towards the Foothills and into the Mountains.

It will be much cooler on Sunday as well with most areas not getting out of the 50s all day, so keep the coat and umbrella handy.

We dry out early in the work week and then we see a slow warming trend through the week. Highs will climb into and through the 80s from Wednesday through Friday.

 

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