Snow showers move out of E. Tenn.

Snow showers move out of E. Tenn.


KNOXVILLE (WATE) - Scattered snow showers will quickly move eastward across the viewing area Wednesday morning with most areas being "snow free" between 6 and 9 a.m.

The 6 Storm Team says some higher elevations of the Smokies will continue to see scattered snow showers through the early afternoon, and this is where the highest snow totals will pile up between 4 and 7 inches.

Temperatures will be hovering around the freezing mark through the morning, so treat any wet roads as if they could be slick.

We will see the clouds break up some through mid-late morning, and the wind will freshen, which should help to dry out most of the major roads and improve any tricky travel spots.

Temperatures will struggle to get out of the low to mid 30s all day, and northwest winds of 10 to 25 mph will keep wind chill values in the 20s all day.

Temperatures will plummet into the teens overnight, but hopefully most roads will have dried out by that time.

Sunshine returns for Thanksgiving Day with cool temperatures in the upper 30s, and we stay dry through the weekend as we continue to warm into the 50s.

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