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The National Weather Service in Morristown predicted snow would begin falling in the Model City on Tuesday evening, with up to 2 inches of accumulation by Wednesday morning. Cold air was expected to move in Tuesday afternoon, turning the rain into sleet and eventually into snow.
Area police and deputies kept busy with several vehicle crashes Tuesday as snow covered area roads and state crews prepared for a deep freeze Wednesday morning.
Woolly worms have 13 distinct segments — apparently one for each week of winter — with each segment either being brown or black. As the legend goes, the more black the worm is, the colder the winter. A browner worm means a milder winter.
Ahead of the storm, over 2 million people in Florida, Georgia and North and South Carolina were warned to evacuate as Dorian closed in on the Sunshine State on a projected track expected to take it up the Southeast coast.
According to the National Weather Service about two inches of rain fell Monday afternoon in the western part of Sullivan County. This water overloaded the city’s stormwater drains in areas, leaving some streets with up to 10 inches of water.
Authorities used boats and large vehicles on Saturday to rescue and evacuate residents in parts of the Midwest where a recent deluge of rainwater and snowmelt poured over frozen ground, overwhelming creeks and rivers and killing at least one person.
Weekend storms raked parts of the Southeast, leaving deaths and injuries in their wake after a tornado smashed into a commercial district in a small Mississippi city and drenching rains fed a rising flood threat.
If the wet weather has you wondering about rain, here are some Tuesday Trivia quick facts
Kingsport has extended its annual leaf collection service through the end of January. At the same time, city crews are having to deal with a higher-than-usual amount of limbs and brush due to the damage caused by the December snow storm that hit the Tri-Cities region.
Today's Scrapbook Showcase features some of the best snowman photos submitted by our readers during last week's snowstorm. See a number of the photos in today's print edition of Sunday Stories and check out all of our Snow Day 2018 community
Today's Scrapbook Showcase captures some amazing shots of birds in the recent snowfall. The photos were taken and submitted by Kingsport's Rick Currie. Our Scrapbook Showcase features a collection of related photos from one or more of our talented
As the weekend's big snow event finally begins to wind down, so too do our Snow Day 2018 community scrapbooks. Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm in photos and shared those photos with us so that we could share them with you.
Winter Storm Diego blanketed the region with its first significant snowfall of the year and Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm - from fallen tree branches and rough road conditions to the scenic beauty, fun and frolic. Check out
Winter Storm Diego blanketed the region with its first significant snowfall of the year and Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm - from the fallen tree branches and rough road conditions to the fun and frolic it allowed. Check out