KNOXVILLE (WATE) - High pressure will provide a dry but cold night across east
Tennessee as most areas drop into the teens.
An approaching arctic cold
front will race into the area late Sunday bringing not only the coldest air of
the season but colder than we have seen in about a decade.
Tuesday morning starting near 4 degrees in Knoxville.
Snow amounts could be in
the 1 to 3 inch range north of Knoxville by Monday afternoon with more over the
plateau and more in the mountains.
TONIGHT: Clear & Cold:
SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny: 46°
SATURDAY NIGHT: Clouds Increase: 33°
SUNDAY: Late Rain To Snow: 50°
MONDAY: Snow Showers Early: 23°
TUESDAY: Sunshine But Bitter Cold: 4° (Low)