Several inches of snow falls in Brookline
BROOKLINE, Mass. (WHDH) -- Several inches of snow fell in Brookline Tuesday morning with what many hope was a last blast from Jack Frost.
“I love the snow, but I’m a little done with it,” said Linda Button, who is sick of winter.
As snow turned to freezing rain, pedestrians had to slog through slush to get across Beacon Street. Students were off from school, again, and that’s not a good thing -- they say they’ll be in school into July.
“It is not good…It should be spring already,” said Hannah Berke, a seventh grader.
Residents in Newton were out clearing driveways and sidewalks Tuesday, trying to stay ahead of the storm.
“You could have fooled me [that tomorrow is the first day of spring],” said Steve Ebstein, a home owner.
The latest storm has everyone looking forward to spring even more.
“Looking forward to the tulips, looking forward to the birds and the green leaves on the trees,” said Jen Snider.
Worcester is experiencing its fifth snowiest winter on record with more than 100 inches of snow.
“I think we’ve had enough of it,” a resident said.