Freezing drizzle, flurries possible

Freezing drizzle, flurries possible

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Colder air will continue to pour into the region overnight behind a fast moving cold front. Colder air will continue to pour into the region overnight behind a fast moving cold front.

KNOXVILLE (WATE) - After a soggy Saturday, we will see a breezy and colder Sunday.

Colder air will continue to pour into the region overnight behind a fast moving cold front.

Clouds will remain rather thick, so don't be surprised if you see some light snow/flurries get squeezed out of the low, Grey clouds. No significant accumulations are expected, but there might be a few slick spots on some roads across the higher elevations above about 2,550ft, so keep that in mind if traveling overnight.

The moisture quickly dries up and the clouds will clear through the day Sunday revealing some sunshine during the afternoon hours. The problem is that even with some sunshine, most areas will not get out of the 30s for highs.

Most of the upcoming work-week looks rather tranquil with more sunshine and closer-to-average temperatures. A weak, dry cold front will clip the area Tuesday p.m., but it will only briefly and slightly cool temperatures by mid-week.

The next system to barrel through the region will be late Friday through Sunday and will be more significant with a better coverage and potentially heavier downpours of rain. 

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, breezy and cold with a few flurries possible. Low: 35°.

Sunday: Clouds thin out through the day, but it remains chilly. High: 40°.

Monday: Mostly sunny and only slightly warmer. High: 46°.

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