by: Elizabeth Hopkins Updated:
PLYMOUTH, Mass. - With more than half a foot of snow expected in southern Plymouth County and the Upper Cape residents are hoping this is winter’s last gasp.
"We were hoping it was all done, but obviously it’s not,” Mike Smolinsky said.
Seasoned residents know early spring is no time to put away the snow shovel.
"We live in New England, we don't put it away until June,” Winnie Wyman said.
Valerie Fey said that while she's enjoying the spirit in the run-up to a possible snow day, she is not happy about the timing of this storm.
"I'm so sad. Spring sports start tomorrow. It's the worst,” she said.
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