LOCAL 8 WEATHER ALERT: Flooding is a concern as more waves of heavy rainfall and storms move through our area today. Strong to severe storms are possible as well, including gusty winds. Watch for water-covered roads and creeks and streams to run high. Remember TADD, turn around don't drown.
SEVIER COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The snow came in hard and fast, then melted even quicker.
The higher elevations of Sevier County got a measurable amount of precipitation Thursday evening. By Friday afternoon, most of the snow was melted and the roads were clear.
Local 8 News reporter Kyle Grainger spent two days travelling around the county, checking the weather. See the slide show of the pictures he shot.
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