It feels like fall this morning for the first time this autumn season. So much, in fact, some of you might like a light jacket or long sleeves. Drier air moves in after Thursday’s day of rain and flooding. Patchy fog opens a cloudy morning as temperatures climb to 74-degrees this afternoon. Our Friday gradually becomes mostly sunny. Clear skies tonight and a low of 59 make for a cool feel. Saturday will be pleasant low humidity and a high near 80 under sunny skies. Sunday will be much the same as Saturday with a bit of a stuffy feel. The next hint of rain is Monday slight as it may be.
WLAF’s Charlie Hutson snapped the top photo of Big Creek as it rolls through downtown La Follette. While, below, WLAF’s Matthew Moore shows us the Thursday afternoon flooding on Valley View Road. E-911 Dispatch reports that four trees were downed during the day and evening rain event with no injuries or property damage being reported.
(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 09/28/2018-6AM)