Transcript for New England Snowstorm, Just in Time for Spring
And now we will turn to the millions and millions of americans in another part of the country, weathering another winter storm. In boston, the national weather service warning of black ice on the roads tonight. Spring officially begins tomorrow. Believe me, we have been reading the weary words you used to sum up this long, cold stretch. Words like, please go away. Are you kidding? Enough is enough. And our favorite, ground hog, fired. Tonight, again, abc's ginger zee on the winter that will not leave. Reporter: It's like a broken record. Up to two feet of snow in new england again. Plows down, shols out, and that familiar sound. Spring is just hours away, yet nowhere in sight. So much for the ground hog, huh? I think he got that one wrong. We're tired of it. Reporter: So is judy. I still have snow banks like this. It's not going away. So, yeah, we're almost -- Reporter: She had to close her bakery for the first time ever. Most of the time it's not that bad. But this year it's constant. I'm sick of it. Her grandson travis home for yet another snow day. Right now, with this missed SCHOOL DAY, WE'RE ON JUNE 24th. Reporter: Cheers to snow days. Oh, yeah. Reporter: But with grandma's cake, making the best of a miserable day. As I stand here in a fresh foot of snow, I have to tell you, this isn't that unusual for this part of country. They can see snow all the way until june. What will be rmal is the cold. Hanging on till the end of the month. Look to the six to ten day outlook. Lot of cold. Just to let you know, there is still more snow in the forecast. And then right here, next week. Diane? I'm going to pretend I didn't hear you say that. Thank you so much for reporting
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