FALL RIVER, Mass., (WPRI) - People living in Massachusetts have found themselves buried yet again after a March Nor'easter dumped over a foot of snow in some areas.
Connie Santos lives in Fall River and says, "When it's coming down it's awesome. It's just the traveling part of it, the cleaning part of it. I'm ready for spring."
"I'm tired. I'm tired of the snow, anxious for spring and my garden," Janet Lambert told Eyewitness News Reporter Sean Daly.
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Manny Alves takes it all in stride. "What are we going to do?"
For those who have to work in the elements, the snow and sleet doesn't make it easy.
Letter carrier Mike Paskowski says the snow won't stop him from doing his job. "They only stopped us once. I've been here 15 years."
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Eyewitness News Meteorologist Pete Mangione says snow may mix with rain drops this afternoon and become lighter, ending by the evening.
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