Trick-or-treaters out in Gatlinburg, despite the cold weather

GATLINBURG (WATE) – Armed with rain coats and umbrellas, trick-or-treaters made it out in Gatlinburg despite the cold weather.

Higher elevations in the park could see more than a foot, but Gatlinburg is expected to see one to three inches.

Gatlinburg local Chase Brown says he is not happy about snow so early in the season.

“The snow is the worst. I hate it,” says Brown. “You can never go anywhere around here because it’s all hills.”

Armed with rain coats and umbrellas, trick-or-treaters made it out in Gatlinburg despite the cold weather.
Armed with rain coats and umbrellas, trick-or-treaters made it out in Gatlinburg despite the cold weather.

However, for the Key family, traveling from Chattanooga to enjoy a little vacation time, snow in the mountains is a welcome treat.

“We’re going to Ober Gatlinburg tomorrow, hopefully to the alpine slide, says Crystal Key, “maybe do some sledding or tubing.”

For the Key family, travelling from Chattanooga to enjoy a little vacation time, snow in the mountains is a welcome treat.
For the Key family, travelling from Chattanooga to enjoy a little vacation time, snow in the mountains is a welcome treat.

Ober Gatlinburg could see around six inches.

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