(WBIR) Jefferson County received at least 6 inches of snow from the storm.
In White Pine, drivers faced slick roads but gorgeous views.
Joseph Berthelot of Dandrige drove to work early at Pro Tech Automotive in White Pine to shovel the parking lot.
Berthelot has lived in East Tennessee for four years but is originally from Boston.
"A little surprised because I'm not used to seeing it yet but I moved down here not to be shoveling snow. But I am. I'm shoveling it," he said.
Adam Cotter of White Pine chose to skip the shovel for his four-wheeler.
"It's been fun so far. Others hate it, I love it. Like a kid, you know. I'm just like a kid in the snow," Cotter said.
Flurries continued to fall in the early morning hours on Thursday. Crews were seen treating the main roads, including I-81.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office helped monitor the roads by using four-wheel drive vehicles and having at least two people per unit.