Good Friday!  Clouds will be on the increase this evening with temps dropping through the 40s into the upper 30s.  Saturday will start in the mid 30s and climb to the mid to upper 40s with overcast skies through the day.  We may get a few showers Saturday afternoon with heavier rain Saturday night through the overnight.  
 
Sunday we will see the rain changing into a rain / snow mix, and ultimately snow showers.  Roughly we will see 1/2"-1" in the valleys and north GA with locally up to 2".  We will get about 4"-6" in the Blue Ridge Mtns.  The Cumberland Plateau will range from 2"-5" of snow through Sunday.  Rainfall amounts Saturday into Sunday will be about 1" to 1.5".  Temps will be in the mid to upper 30s in the valley so it MAY be tough for the snow to develop in the valley until late.  The later the development, the less the snow.
 
Monday we will have a few light snow showers early on, clearing late with temps from 27 to 38.  Another front brings more rain and cold air Wednesday.
 
For the latest, download the WRCB weather app.     David Karnes

Chief Meteorologist

David Karnes became Local 3's Chief Meteorologist in July of 2021. David came to us from SNN News 6 in Sarasota, Florida where he was the chief meteorologist for 9 years. David is a graduate of Soddy-Daisy High School and is glad to be back home.

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