A White Christmas descended on much of East Tennessee this year, and the National Park Service took to Instagram to share tips on surviving the holidays.
They recommended people avoided meltdowns, stayed chill and said people could spend some time outdoors over the holidays. They also shared some snowmen they made in the mountains.
Many people are expected to stay at home over the holidays, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The National Park Service said that national parks across the U.S. are hosting virtual experiences people can experience while staying warm at home.
White Christmas in East Tennessee
The snowmen they shared over social media include ones that were created in the Great Smoky Mountains, Yosemite, the Grand Canyon and Little River Canyon.
Officials with the Great Smoky Mountains wished everyone peace on Christmas Eve and posted a picture of snow on The Jumpoff.