The snow and the weather brought out the best in many people around town Tuesday. It was surely a day many people found themselves outside, giving and helping others.
On almost every corner in town, you saw lots of traffic, cars flipped over, vehicles stalled, and people stranded.
"Now I'm stuck, because I can't drive in the snow, but oh well, I hope my son-in-law can come and get me," says driver Lisa Reason.
For many, the best way to make it around town was simply to use their 2-feet and walk.
"Oh yeah, I'd rather walk than get stuck because these don't get stuck," says Mike Cantrell.
We found a Hamilton County School bus near Kings Lodge stalled out. No students were inside the bus when our crews got there. We also watched as a tow truck picked up a BMW after it couldn't make it in this snow.
"I hate snow, I left Chicago to get away from it," says driver Susie Crane.
Though the snow day was a pain for many, it surely brought together a lot of people - people who bonded while helping others in these cold temperatures.
"That car got hit, people stuck, people coming out to help each other, the snow brought the best out of some people," says Jeffrey Matlock.
And then there are others, who say the snow isn't so bad.
"I can't wait until my big brother can play it," says 9-year-old Makayla Clayton
Authorities are urging everyone to be extremely careful if you HAVE to drive, but they're encouraging everyone to stay home if possible.
By Jerry Askin