Some parts of East Tennessee are seeing enough wintry precipitation to create some tricky driving conditions.
As the rain moved into the area, it was mixed in some places with sleet and snow.
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It was enough to create some icy roads in Campbell County to prompt officials to close school at 11 a.m. TDOT crews began work immediately to treat the icy spots on the interstate and state routes.
It looked rainy in town, but in higher elevations, there was snow.
Michael Smith works for the Campbell County Highway Department, and on Thursday he was heading up Ivy Dale Mountain.
"Put some rock down. There's 15 or so houses up there, we cleared the road, where they could get out," Smith said.
Campbell County Road Superintendent Ron Dilbeck said this is the third time crews have been out tackling winter weather this season and says this is pretty normal.
"We may get a couple inches in Jacksboro, but we could get a foot on top of that mountain, and that just makes it very treacherous," Dilbeck said. "We try to provide the same service to those people as we do the people in the Jacksboro and Caryville area."
He said 26 workers maintain about 700 miles of roads throughout the county…and if there's more weather on the way, they are going to make sure the trucks are ready for it.
"I just encourage people to use caution and let us get out and do what we need to do, we're going to be here for the long haul, whether that's six hours or 16 hours" Dilbeck said. "We're going to be here to provide service for the citizens of the county."
Viewers also reported snow falling in Greeneville, Morristown, Tazewell, Rutledge, and Harrogate, just to name a few. Many of them shared video proof in their Facebook comments, which you can see at the link below!
TDOT is urging caution in some places, including in Hancock and Hawkins Counties.
Rogersville and Hawkins County Schools closed at 1 p.m.
Snow and ice has also closed Newfound Gap Road, in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.