Showers and a few storms have developed and are working southeast around 15 mph. Heavy rain, small hail, and gusty winds are possible with this cell just north of Oak Ridge. As we continue to push into the afternoon hours, expect isolated to scattered showers to continue.
Future radar shows the activity expected ahead. Working into Tuesday, the bulk of activity will fall the later half of the day. Heavy rains, lightning, gusty winds, and small hail are possible tomorrow afternoon and overnight. Shower and storm activity will continue into Wednesday as well before clearing beings Thursday afternoon. By Friday, sunshine returns and so do the warmer temperatures.
A peak into tomorrow shows a Marginal risk for the entire state. Scattered showers are possible in the morning hours before widespread activity appears in the afternoon and night. The main threat tomorrow will be gusty winds, small hail, and isolated areas of flash flooding. Keep these in mind as we work through the day and remember to check in for updates!
With a low to the north, we'll see rounds of activity the next few days. Keep the umbrellas handy and look out for flash flooding potential in heavier showers & storms. Better chances for sunshine and dry air return Friday and the weekend.
Your trusted source for East Tennessee weather forecasts.