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Tennessee Valley Energy Highlights
Sat Feb 16, 2013 12:10 PM CST

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This afternoon look for clouds and sun across the region and with the upper trough in place, it can’t be ruled out that all locations have a few flurries at times with the threat for light snow showers over the Cumberland Plateau and through the mountains. There could be 1-2 inches of snow accumulation in the higher terrain along the Tennessee/North Carolina border with up to 1 inch over the remainder of the mountains and generally under 0.50 inch elsewhere if any. Breezy conditions will continue this afternoon with gusts of ...

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