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Tennessee Valley Energy Highlights
Sat Feb 16, 2013 11:45 PM CST

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Snow showers will persist in the mountains tonight. Additional snow accumulations of a trace to 1 inch are expected with isolated higher accumulations possible above 3000 feet. Winds will also be breezy, gusting 20-35 mph at times. Dry conditions and light winds will be found elsewhere. Lows will dip down into the 20s. High pressure will build into the Tennessee Valley on Sunday with dry conditions expected. Flurries and/or a few snow showers cannot be ruled out in the mountains through midday; however, with a little lingering moisture in place. Little ...

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