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Winter Weather Woes Continue For Much of the Area
Written by Tyler Hawn
Last updated on January 25, 2014 @ 8:05PM
Created on January 25, 2014 @ 5:37PM

If you took a peek outside your window on Saturday afternoon, the entire area is being pounded with yet another round of snow., once again, that's causing a lot of travel headaches for drivers everywhere

This has many of you sick of the snow, and giving us your chilling reactions about it.

The snow did hold off for a little longer than expected, and started coming down hard around mid-morning. By the time Saturday afternoon rolled around, all the main roads through Bridgeport and Clarksburg were snow-covered.

One man said the winter we're having now is the kind he misses because it reminds of what winters are supposed to be like around here.

"This reminds me of the winters back in the 1970's and 1980's. We haven't seen a winter like this in 15 to 20 years. I'm ready for Spring," said Tarek Abdallah, of Pittsburgh.

For everyone else? Well, they say the sooner Spring gets here, the better off we'll be.

"It's definitely a lot colder this winter. I'm hoping Spring will be here soon," said Sue Marsh, of Philippi.

Meteorologists say we could expect another two to four inches of snow through Saturday evening.

Also, if you think the snow is over, don't hold your breath. Snow showers are expected in the forecast over the next several days, so make sure you take it slow on ice and snow, and of course, try to stay warm.

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