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November 17, 2017 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

November 17, 2017

Sunshine has filled the area so far today, but that’s changing for most of the weekend, with some snow flurries possible by Sunday morning. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast through Tuesday!

It’s comfortable outside right now, with temperatures in the low 60’s across East Tennessee, and just a few below that in southwest Virginia. Temperatures will be a tick warmer tomorrow, then much cooler for Sunday. Here’s the outlook:

  • Tonight-Increasing clouds. Low 38.
  • Saturday-Cloudy and windy, a small chance of afternoon rain or storms. High 64.
  • Saturday night-Rain and storms likely. Low 42.
  • Sunday-Cloudy with morning snow flurries or snow showers. High 45 around midnight.
  • Monday-Mostly sunny. High 48.
  • Tuesday-Partly to mostly sunny. High 55.

First things first, tomorrow may be mostly dry during the day, with rain staying away mainly until after dark. Storms are possible tomorrow night as the front moves through, so be aware of that, especially after the kids/pets are asleep.

By the time we’re all heading to church Sunday morning, everything will have changed. Look for snow flurries in the Tri-Cities and snow showers in the mountains early in the day, and the whole day looks cloudy and chilly. The Sunday maximum temperature of 45 will likely happen before sunrise, and we’ll be in the 30’s most of the day.

We’re going to bounce back toward 50 on Monday, then over that on Tuesday with two dry days. A new cold front makes its way in here Wednesday, but should be gone by Thanksgiving. As of now, Thanksgiving looks a lot like Monday…no snow! I’ll keep an eye on that.

My next forecast will be online Sunday evening as I look at that Thanksgiving week forecast. Have a fantastic weekend!

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