KNOXVILLE (WATE) - After morning rain showers Tuesday, we dry out for the rest of the day. It will be breezy, but mild, with highs in the low 50s.
Everything begins to change tonight. We'll drop to 36 degrees by midnight, and then temperatures continue to fall for the rest of your Wednesday. Also, snow showers develop. It will begin as rain after midnight and then quickly change into light snow during the Wednesday morning commute.
This does not look to be a huge snow event, however, grassy surfaces in the valley could pick up a quick dusting to a half inch. The higher elevations may get one to two with the tops of the Smokies picking up three to six inches.
Off and on flurries continue on Wednesday afternoon with temperatures continuing to fall. We'll be in the 20s by 3 p.m. with wind chill temps in the teens.
Lows Wednesday night are around 20 degrees, but we rebound on Thursday with a high of 44 degrees. Then we do it all again on Friday, so stay tuned.