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Tennessee Valley Energy Highlights
Fri Dec 7, 2012 02:52 PM CST

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A nearly stationary frontal boundary will continue to bring scattered to isolated rain showers to far northern portions of Tennessee and southern Kentucky this afternoon and evening. Tonight, areas of fog are expected to develop across the region, with widely scattered rain showers expected generally from the Cumberland Plateau westward; although, spotty rain showers may occur across the mountains. An isolated thunderstorm cannot be ruled out across western areas tonight. Rainfall amounts through tonight will average 0.01-0.15 inch. Lows could come up 1-3 degrees due to thick cloud cover, with readings ...

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