The National Weather Service says snow that brought the first taste of winter to much of our region will end Wednesday morning, and have now set a winter weather advisory to expire at 10 a.m.
Most of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia experienced accumulations of one to three inches overnight, with greater totals in higher elevations.
On Wednesday morning the NWS relayed that reports from area law enforcement indicate light snow accumulations on roadways, but more widespread travel problems are expected with snow and ice over higher terrain.
Additional accumulations of an inch are possible this morning, with two inches along ridge tops.
Lows of 17 degrees are expected tonight. Thanksgiving is forecast as mostly sunny with a high of 38.
For the latest forecasts and advisories, visit the NWS.