TOP PHOTO: This fog in the valley photo from WLAF’s Charlie Hutson is from July of 2020.
LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Patchy dense fog will persist across the area through 10 AM this morning, especially in valley locations, low-lying areas, and near bodies of water. Dense fog will reduce visibilities to a quarter of a mile or less. There is a DENSE FOG ADVISORY for areas west of Campbell County especially across I-40.
Please exercise caution while driving and allow for extra space between other vehicles.
Otherwise, expect a sunny day with a high of 61 ahead of a Friday night low of 40.
Saturday features cool sunshine and a high of 58. Temps hit the 30s Saturday night dropping for a low of 34.
Sunday rounds out the holiday weekend with a partly sunny sky and a high of 59. There’s a chance of afternoon rain with cold rain likely Sunday night to go along with a low of 35.
Monday ends November very winter-like with a wet and windy morning featuring brisk conditions and a high of only 43-degrees. Snow develops Monday night with little, if any, snow accumulation expected as the temps chill to 24. Monday brings the coldest day and night of the season, so far. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 11/27/2020-6AM)