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Old 12-15-2007, 08:36 AM
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...windy Conditions And Light Snowfall Possible By Sunday...

A Strengthening Low Pressure System Will Move Northeast Into The
Tennessee River Valley By This Evening...bringing Widespread
Showers And A Few Thunderstorms. Strong Southeasterly Winds
Will Descend The Mountain Slopes Today And Will Likely Keep Most
Rain From Affecting The Great Tennessee Valley Until Later This
Afternoon Towards Sunset. These Strong Upper Level Winds Will
Gradually Shift To The West Later Tonight...and Will Begin To
Increase In The Valleys By Sunday...as Much Colder Air Moves Into
The Region And Temperatures Fall Throughout The Day.

Rain Will Gradually Change To Snow Towards Sunrise On Sunday...
Initially Across The Higher Elevations. It Appears Right Now That
Most Moisture Will Exit The Region Before The Sub-freezing Air
Arrives. However...a Light Snow Accumulation Of One To Three Inches
Will Be Possible By Sunday Evening Across The Higher Elevations Of
Southwest Virginia And East Tennessee...mainly Above 2500 Feet.

A Wind Advisory Is In Effect For The Mountains Today And Tonight...
And May Need To Be Expanded Into The Valleys For Later Tonight And
Sunday. In Addition...a Snow Advisory May Also Be Needed For The
Higher Elevations Of Southwest Virginia And Northeast Tennessee On
Sunday. Please Stay Tuned To This Station For Later Statements And
Forecasts From Your National Weather Service.


National Weather Service:
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