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  • Sunday evening forecast: More sunshine

    Sunday evening forecast: More sunshine

    Tonight: Mostly clear and quiet. Low: 49°. Monday: More sunshine with a few afternoon clouds. High: 76°. Tuesday: Showers and a few rumbles likely (80% coverage). High: 71°.After a picture perfect Easter Sunday, it looks like we will hold on to this pattern for one more day. The area of high pressure, which was in control of the area today, will slide east of the Appalachians on Monday allowing some high, thin clouds to roll in late day. A light southerly wind will help to overcome that tho...More >>
    Tonight: Mostly clear and quiet. Low: 49°. Monday: More sunshine with a few afternoon clouds. High: 76°. Tuesday: Showers and a few rumbles likely (80% coverage). High: 71°.After a picture perfect Easter Sunday, it looks like we will hold on to this pattern for one more day. The area of high pressure, which was in control of the area today, will slide east of the Appalachians on Monday allowing some high, thin clouds to roll in late day. A light southerly wind will help to overcome that tho...More >>
  • Monroe County mother and son die in house fire

    Monroe County mother and son die in house fire

    Two individuals, a mother and son, lost their lives in a house fire Sunday morning in Monroe County.More >>
    Two individuals, a mother and son, lost their lives in a house fire Sunday morning in Monroe County.More >>
  • Cooking pan from Easter lunch sets fire to Oak Ridge apartment

    Cooking pan from Easter lunch sets fire to Oak Ridge apartment

    Firefighters battle apartment blaze in Oak Ridge.Firefighters battle apartment blaze in Oak Ridge.
    OAK RIDGE (WATE) - An apartment unit in Oak Ridge caught fire Easter morning when a cooking pan ignited.More >>
    OAK RIDGE (WATE) - An apartment unit in Oak Ridge caught fire Easter morning when a cooking pan ignited.More >>

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