Barre Town buried in latest storm
Another nor'easter buried parts of our region Tuesday night. Parts of Central Vermont are reporting upwards of three-feet of snow.
Locals in East Barre say they expect snow in March, but some are ready for spring.
"Another busy day running equipment constantly using everything we have," said Carl Rogers, Barre Town's Manager. He says they've seen no major issues from the latest storm, but it is the most snow they've seen this season. "Of course you'll find some people who will say they're tired of this now and wish spring would come, and other people just shrug it off and joke about how we always seems to get this kind of snowfall in March."
We found one family taking advantage of the late season snow fall. "We're just out having some family fun," said Brandyn Mahoney, who was out with his family doing their best to catch some air sledding on this snow day.
"No better way to spend it then sledding and tiring them out getting ready for tomorrow," said Sarah Hebert, who was keeping track of the kids.
But it's not fun for everyone. Joe Stone works construction. He's ready to trade in the snow shovel, for a tool belt. "This has set our work back quite a bit," he said. "The snow's good. It's good till March -- that's it."
Not everybody enjoying the snow, but they may have to wait just a little bit longer until spring arrives.