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East Tennessee will likely see the first Air Quality Alert Day of the season.
Heavy rain and some flooding was reported Friday evening as a storm system moved through East Tennessee.
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Officials in Sevier County estimate last week’s wind and storms caused $1.5 million in damage to public property and utilities.
Gatlinburg-Pittman High School Principal Tony Ogle said there is damage to the roof of their gym after strong storms.
A shelter was set up at the Pigeon Forge Community Center for anyone impacted by high winds and power outages.
Down trees and power lines are causing road closures and power outages throughout East Tennessee on Monday afternoon.
More deaths occur due to flooding and flash flooding than any other thunderstorm-related hazard.
East Tennessee berry farmers say the season is in full swing, but they admit they could do without all this heavy rain.
The Tennessee Valley Authority spent the past couple of days monitored their 49 dam projects to manage the flow of water.
From Nashville through East Tennessee, there was an incredible amount of rain dumped on the area.
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Wednesday night’s severe storms in Knoxville weren’t enough to keep country musician Steve Moakler from performing.
The storms left behind downed power lines, uprooted trees, and debris.
Officials with the National Weather Service said both twisters were classified as EF-1, meaning they reached up to 90 miles per hour.
People had to be evacuated from a Knoxville non-profit housing facility after its roof was damaged in Wednesday night’s severe storm.
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The National Weather Service confirms an EF-1 tornado hit Lewis County on Monday.
Spring weather is here and mother nature is coming alive.
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Tuesday night’s storm caught many people by surprise.