Storm Team 11 Weather: Severe threat mainly east, Turning cold Saturday

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Storm Team 11 Forecast:

A Tornado Watch is in effect for Ashe, Avery and Watauga Counties in North Carolina along with Grayson and Wythe Counties in Virginia until 5 p.m. A few severe storms are possible, but the biggest threat will stay to our east.


Areas of rain will continue for the rest of Friday with pockets of heavy downpours. Temperatures will generally stay in the 60s. 

 

Cloudy skies Friday night with scattered showers expected to continue at times. Turning much cooler late with lows near 43 degrees.

 

Cloudy, cold and breezy Saturday. We have a 70 percent chance of light rain. Light mountain snow is also possible, especially on the highest peaks where we could see a dusting or light accumulation. There’s even the chance of a little wintry mix elsewhere late Saturday. High near 49 degrees.

 

Most of the moisture will move out by Easter morning. Temperatures will be near 38 early on with cloudy skies. There’s a 20 percent chance of precipitation. It will be turning partly cloudy later in the day.

We will climb back into the mid 70s Monday afternoon with more mostly to partly sunny skies. 

 

 

Tyler Allender
Meteorologist
News Channel 11-ABC Tri-Cities
338 E. Main Street
Johnson City, TN 37601
423-434-4540 Office

 

 

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