New England residents waited all day for the fourth nor’easter to arrive.
Wednesday may have been the first full day of spring, but it certainly didn’t feel like it.
Most of western Massachusetts dodged what could have been a big storm Wednesday, but this has not been an easy month in terms of weather.
“I am tired of it and I am so waiting for the summer, the warmth everything to just get here and I am just waiting for it to stop snowing because it’s terrible. It’s not supposed to be snowing right now,” said Marie Lopez of Springfield.
Four nor’easters in three weeks and there is still another 10 days left of March, but for other western Massachusetts residents, it comes with the territory of living in new England.
“I was born here, so i’m good with this. It was kind of funny in February when it was warm but, I really wanna get out and walk but the breeze is getting really tough,” Linda DalPina
The good news for many is that there could be some relief on the way. Temperatures are predicted to reach 50 by next week.