LEBANON, N.H. (WCAX) The shovels are back out clearing sidewalks across the region. Lebanon's Kevin Talcott grew up in Chittenden County and says he's taking it all in stride.
"You get used to it, you know, you deal with it," Talcott said.
On the roads, it was slow-going Tuesday. The snow isn't the only factor for drivers, low visibility and high winds also caused issues.
Two cars collided in the northbound lanes of Interstate 89 in Enfield. Luckily, no injuries were reported.
Plow trucks will work around the clock until the storm has passed.
"If everyone can give us room so we can do our job safely, we would appreciate it," said Douglas King of NH DOT.
Tuesday's snowstorm falls on New Hampshire's Town Meeting Day. But as the saying goes, the show must go one. Officials at the polls in Lebanon said turnout was steady despite the snow.
"It's what I do and it is a lovely day for a walk and it is not so bad out actually," voter Marilyn Brestlor said.
Many kids across New England once again had the day off from school and ski areas are rejoicing. It's the third nor'easter in just the past few weeks.
"I think that is the tough part for people to deal with but it makes it easy in one sense because you are used to it, but hopefully this will be the last one," Talcott said.