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Frost returns on Saturday, as we track a new early warning

Knoxville, Tenn. (WVLT) – Widespread frost advisories are posted until Saturday morning. The rest of the usage is under a freeze warning. The weekend is rather mild. We are much warmer early next week, with rain likely on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Wednesday night is our next WVLT First Alert Weather Day.


In short: it will be cold when you wake up on Saturday morning. Uneven frost could choke out a few of your flowers or tree blossoms. Be aware of this. We have 35 degrees for Knoxville and much of the area Saturday morning.

The cold northeast wind is light at first, but holds back the clouds. Shortly after, the winds change direction. The southwest winds at the end of the day clear us and warm us up – a little. The maximum is technically a little below normal. The sun will help but we only reached 64 degrees.

Overnight in *very* early Sunday, there is some watering. I mean a couple. It’s the epitome of “not much”. There is a lot of sun on Sunday, but we have a brisk northwest wind. The maximum is again 64 degrees.

Monday morning there will be irregular frost but it remains confined to higher elevations. We are dry but there are showers in central Kentucky. Showers arrive from the southwest on Tuesday in the early afternoon. We’re back close to 70 degrees!

After a long break in the rain for much of Wednesday, we have a first warning. Right now it looks like a few hours of strong to severe spring storms, and a lot more high winds.


Thursday and Friday bring much colder weather. Highs range from above average to well below normal. On Friday there will be very cold rain showers and even a few snowflakes on top of the mountains.

Saturday also has some additional mountain snowflakes! BRRRR!

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