While much of the Tennessee Valley is experiencing slightly cooler than normal temperatures, atop Mount LeConte, there's  snow.

The High on LeConte blog, kept by the mountaintop caretakers and staff, posted several photos of the snow they received overnight when rains turned into the white stuff.

The blog reports they got about an inch of snow at the lodge, which stands at 6,594 feet above sea level.

It's also the third highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, after Clingmans Done and Mount Guyot.