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Parts of East Tennessee look like a winter wonderland!

Snow showers will gradually taper off today but roads may be slick in some spots. Use extra caution!

The first snow of the season has fallen in East Tennessee and Southeast Kentucky!

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Temperatures were above average for most of November but now the coldest air of the season (so far) has moved into the region.

Breezy west-northwesterly winds will keep highs in the 30s today with wind chills in the 20s. Be prepared to bundle up with hats, gloves and scarves!

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You don't want to be caught off guard or stranded in the season's harshest conditions due to a lack of proper car maintenance. Winter can take a toll on your vehicle in many ways -- and experts say you don't want to be caught off guard or stranded in the season's harshest conditions due to a lack of proper maintenance.

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**A Winter Storm Warning is in effect through Noon for the areas shaded in pink. Hazardous road conditions are expected and travel to these areas should be avoided.**

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The wintry weather will gradually taper off this afternoon.

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Bitterly cold conditions are also expected across the area with wind chills in the teens and 20s in the valley and on the plateau again tonight.

**Make sure you are using safe heating sources and protecting pets from the cold!**

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Wind chills may drop into the single digits and teens in the higher elevations of the Smokies and hiking or camping in the Mountains is not recommended through early Wednesday due to the potential for accumulating snow and dangerously cold temperatures.