KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Strong winds were reported in East Tennessee with the highest being over 80 mph at McGhee Tyson Airport on Monday, tying with a previous record set nearly 10 years ago.

The Arkansas men’s basketball team had to abort landing after KTYS reported the gust at McGhee Tyson, according to Sports Aviation on Twitter. McGhee Tyson Airport Vice President of Public Relations Becky Huckaby said there were “no commercial damages.”

According to WATE 6 Storm Team Chief Meteorologist Ken Weathers, an 87 mph wind gust at McGhee Tyson Airport was reported around 4:47 p.m. on Monday. The lowest so far was in Harrisburg and Madisonville. Some non-related storms were in the area.

Weathers found that the NWS reported a tie between May 18, 2013 and Feb. 27, 2023 wind gusts. Both dates were at 87 mph.

Here are the reported wind gusts in East Tennessee for Monday:

McGhee Tyson: 87 mph
Wears Valley: 67 mph
Alpha: 52 mph
Sevierville: 51 mph
Madisonville: 51 mph

The WATE 6 Storm Team reported chances of scattered storms along with continued wind conditions on Monday night with a Tuesday sunshine-filled forecast. See more updates daily on the WATE 6 Storm Team’s weather blog.