KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Based on all the patterns and trends globally and locally, here is a look at our projected snowfall totals this season!
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The WATE 6 Storm Team forecasts 5-10 inches of snow this winter for Plateau and southeast Kentucky.
The Smoky Mountains will likely see 10 to 20 inches — or more.
The valley areas that include Knoxville should see 4-8 inches of snow this winter.
And while everyone gets excited about snow, freezing rain and sleet are more dangerous. We’ll keep you up-to-date all winter with any weather threats.
(The story is part of a WATE 6 Storm Team in-depth look at this coming winter with forecasts, cold weather tips and the science behind storms in a package of reports.)
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