Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Morristown stayed busy during Thursday's snow. They spent most of Friday gathering more reports from surrounding counties.
After a busy week leading up to the storm and working hard tracking that snow as it moved into East Tennessee, things are finally slowing down.
Of course, now they are turning their attention to the next weather event.
"Yeah, the focus is going to be on these rivers. We're going to watch them receding over the next few days into Martin Luther King Day on Monday, and then we have some very cold air moving in on Monday and Tuesday. Rainfall won't be coming until the end of this week," said Meteorologist Anthony Cavallucci.
Morristown got about three inches of snow on Thursday, though the amounts were higher in the county, up to five inches.
Friday, the day started out icy and foggy, but road crews got most of the main streets cleared, and the sun finished the job when it finally emerged.