Plymouth hit with second round of snow
PLYMOUTH, Mass. (WHDH) -- Plows were out once again, clearing the roads getting them ready for the Monday morning commute. Plymouth was one of the hardest hit areas during last weekend's blizzard, and people there had to deal with round two.
Plymouth picked up six inches of snow Sunday, adding to the snow accumulated in last weekend’s blizzard.
“Last weekend was pretty bad. I didn’t have power for four days, so it was pretty rough,” said Joe Cohen.
Fortunately, there were no major power outages in the town Sunday. NStar said only a handful of their customers lost electricity.
Still, the plows were out once again clearing roads.
“Probably have like five inches now, and probably going to go sledding later. Hopefully skiing sometime this week,” said Cohen.
But after back to back snowstorms, others are quickly getting their fill.
“If we get another storm, I’ll be sick of it,” said Logan Price.
The strong winds coming off the water added insult to injury, making the cold temperatures feel even colder.