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More rain late Monday night, again Tuesday

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -

Rain is back for much of the day Tuesday, knocking temps back.

We’re back closer to 90° by next weekend.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

The day’s second, stronger and solid line, moves through the region closer to dinner and dusk. This line should hang from Watts Bar Lake To Crossville, moving northeast towards Knoxville closer to 11:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. Flash flooding from slow-moving downpours is the biggest threat.

That leaves many - but not all - with wet gardens by Tuesday morning. Our low temps should be from the mid 60s to near 70. That’s pretty warm.

Showers and an occasional thunderstorm roll in from the west Tuesday. There are few of us who will stay dry. Rain will be on and off pretty much the whole day but it’s not a complete washout.

With clouds and showers, many may not crack 80°. Knoxville will be at 81°.

AVERAGE LOW: 66°

AVERAGE HIGH: 87°

LOOKING AHEAD:

Storms are back Wednesday afternoon, but it’s not an all day kind of thing.

Thursday and Friday are almost totally dry and sunny. These are great looking days, and it should be slightly cooler and less humid.

Rain threats return the following Sunday. It looks a little less likely today than it did earlier. Same goes for the following Monday.

BEN CATHEY

WVLT METEOROLOGIST

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