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Our first accumulating snow rolls in Friday.
We expect a low by daybreak New Year’s Day near 10°, with single digits in outlying areas, and wind chills between 0° and -8°.
A wind chill advisory will go into effect starting at 6 p.m. this evening for a few counties west of the Tennessee River and southern Kentuc…
Sunlight was shining through thin clouds made of ice crystals, creating an optical phenomenon.
AAA of Tennessee gave News 2 a list of some items every driver should have in their vehicle during the winter driving season.
While the official start to winter is a little more than a month away, News 2 is looking at three gadgets everyone should have in their home…
One of the worst ice storms in the last 20 to 25 years happened in February 2015.
Indications are that this year’s color will be fantastic after a good mix of rain and sunshine this summer.
High pressure will build in for Sunday and Labor Day providing mainly clear skies at night and a good deal of sunshine each day.
Right now our forecast is for mainly sunny skies Monday morning with temperatures rapidly warming to the upper 80s by noon, when the moon st…
University officials said they are expecting as many as 10,000 people to show up to watch the eclipse.
In order to view the eclipse safely there are some tips everyone should know.
That front will remain in our region through most of this upcoming week.
This is due to an early dip in the jet stream in the Midwest and East bringing some cooler air south.
They were discussing just about every aspect of the upcoming solar eclipse, from potential problems to unanswered questions about what to ex…
The weekend will end with more spectacular weather tomorrow with sunshine, low humidity and afternoon highs in the mid 80s.
The biggest threat from this evening’s storms could be gusty winds and heavy downpours that may cause some localized flooding.
A Heat Advisory is in effect for Friday and has been extended until 7 p.m. Saturday.
Dozens of people were trapped due to rising waters at Cummins Falls, but it wasn’t even raining. What happened?