Snow covers East Tennessee, delaying and closing schools across the region

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – East Tennessee saw some snow accumulation on Tuesday after a wintry mix moved through the area.

Up to a couple of inches of accumulation were possible at the higher elevations.

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Cumberland County

In Cumberland County – snow was sticking to the trees along the pass:

Campbell County

In Campbell County, highway road crews telling WATE 6 On Your Side they started seeing snowfall around 2 p.m. Tuesday.

Photos from across East Tennessee

Several viewers submitted photos from across the region, showing snowfall and some flurry action in their areas.

Deer in the snow in LaFollette. (Photo: Tabitha Lynn)
Cookeville. (Photo: Creigh Slaven)
Jamestown. (Photo: Amber Dills)
Morristown. (Photo: Jim West)
Powell. (Photo: Nancy Hickman)
Powell.
Rockwood. (Donna Fickey)
Sunbright. (Photo: David Gilbert)
West Knox County.
Powell/Norris Freeway. (Photo: Charly Bruner)
Cumberland Plateau. (Photo: Layton Jackson)
Claiborne County. (Photo: Blake Hopper)
Claiborne County. (Photo: Blake Hopper)
Rocky Top. (Photo: Cassie Rose)
LaFollette. (Photo: Scott Reaves)
Scott County. (Photo: Jason Jeffers)
Lenoir City. (Photo: Ryan Dukes)
Hardin Valley, West Knox County.
West Oak Ridge. (Photo: John Beckley)
Jacksboro. (Photo: Savanna Hicks Kidwell)
LaFollette. (Photo: Shiana Marlow)
Greystone studios, North Knoxville. (Photo: WATE)

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