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After a much cooler Wednesday, we will once again return back into the upper-60s / lower-70s across the area.
Bus Stop Forecast (6AM)
Clear to cloudy skies are expected across much of the area. Denser clouds will move from the west into parts of the valley overnight – holding mostly to our southern and western counties. Temperatures across the area will be in the lower/upper-40s – with upper-30s across our western NC mountains. Light winds.
Morning Forecast (7A-12P)
Clouds will be moving in south of Knoxville before covering much of the area later on. No rain is expected but partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected. Temperatures will be warming up into the mid/upper-60s — upper-40s / low-50s for the NC mountains.
Daytime Forecast (12-7)
Clouds will cover most of the area by mid-afternoon. Highs will be in the lower/upper-70s with the 60s in our NC mountains. Winds will be 5-10 MPH.
Nighttime Forecast (7P-6A)
A cloudy but mild night is expected with lows in the upper-40s / lower-50s across the area.