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Eye to the Sky

Eye to the Sky: Watching the potential for a weekend winter storm

UPDATE (Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, 4:12 p.m.) — Just since I made this post a couple of hours ago, there are some changes worth...

Where does winter go from here?

Officially, the National Weather Service recorded 5 inches of snow in Oneida on Thursday. So that makes 9 inches of snow for the first...

Winter Storm Warning issued, heavy snow expected

Scott County has been placed under a Winter Storm Warning, with 4 to 6 inches of snow expected on Thursday. The storm warning was issued...
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Winter Storm Watch issued for Scott County

Update: Wednesday, Jan. 5, 3:34 a.m. — As anticipated, the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Scott and Campbell counties. It takes...

Eye to the Sky: Coldest air of the season incoming, and maybe snow

Regardless of whether we see our second snowstorm in less than a week on Thursday — and, truthfully, no one really knows what it’s...

Eyes on Thursday: Another light snow event takes shape

Officially, the season's first snowfall measured four inches in Oneida. A four-inch snow on the northern Cumberland Plateau isn't exactly earth-shattering news, but the...

Winter Weather Advisory; multiple inches of snow possible

As we anticipated, the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Scott and surrounding counties for tonight, due to anticipated light...

Eye to the Sky: Is our first snow fall of the season getting ready to take us by surprise?

After one of the warmest starts to winter in our area’s recorded history, folks who have been jonesing for snow could be tantalizingly close...

Eye to the Sky: Two severe weather threats, and an ‘Enhanced Risk’

Update... Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022 • 11:48 a.m. — A threat of severe weather is ongoing, and will peak with the arrival of a line...

Update: Severe weather should stay south on Wednesday

There is a threat of severe weather in Tennessee today, but it continues to look like that threat will be south of the northern...

Eye to the Sky: Severe weather is a threat on New Year’s Day

It’s still a ways out, but severe weather is a concern on New Year’s Day. The Cumberland Plateau — and the rest of the western...

Eye to the Sky: A very mild weather pattern continues into New Year’s Day

It wasn’t the warmest Christmas on record; that still belongs to 2015. But it came close. Christmas 2021 featured an official high temperature of 67°...

Eye to the Sky: A short-sleeve Tennessee Christmas

There will be no white Christmas in 2021. Rather, it is beginning to look a lot like a short-sleeve Christmas for most of Tennessee,...
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