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Tennessee Valley Energy Highlights
Sun Feb 17, 2013 06:59 AM CST

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Partly to mostly sunny skies are expected today generally. There’s a patch of clouds over the western half of the region that will diminish during the morning and clouds over the mountains of northeast Tennessee, western North Carolina, southwest Virginia and southeast Kentucky will diminish as well but there could still be a few flurries through mid to late morning. Should clouds linger longer highs could be 1-3 degrees cooler with readings topping out in the 40s, except mid 50s in MEM. Fair skies are in store tonight and lows look ...

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