East Tennessee Storm Team Weather

There could be a light wintry mix on Thursday morning, but we are expecting no problems. More rain returns this weekend with much colder air possible by Christmas. Check our Twitter feed below for the latest published information.
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East Tennessee Storm Team Weather-Ready Nation AmbassadorThe East Tennessee Storm Team is now a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador™ committed to promote NOAA and the National Weather Service’s goal of advocating weather preparedness. We will work with NOAA and other Ambassadors to strengthen our nation’s resilience to extreme weather events.

The East Tennessee Storm Team

“Your Trusted East Tennessee Weather Source”

The East Tennessee Storm Team exists to provide accurate weather forecasts and to provide up to the minute severe weather coverage. We do this to keep you ahead of the storm. This means we are committed to help keep you safe when severe weather threatens. We were founded in April 2011 by Jeremy Buckles and Josh Marler on the heels of the historic tornado outbreak that tore through Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and East Tennessee. We are composed of 3 team members with Chief Meteorologist Bob Becker, Meteorologist Jeremy Buckles, and CEO Steven Burgess. When it comes to weather, experience matters; and we provide the experience that you can trust when it matters most.

Our coverage area includes all of East Tennessee including Knoxville, Chattanooga, the Smoky Mountains, the Tri-Cities, and the Cumberland Plateau. It is our job to keep YOU ahead of the storm.

Be sure to check out all of our features including interactive radar, winter weather outlook and forecast information, severe weather outlooks, weather alerts, accurate and reliable local weather forecasts, and other professional services.

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