Some of us may have gotten used to the snow every few days or so, but most of us, we're ready to see it go.
A lot of people we talked to Saturday night are sick of it, too. But it's pretty much the norm right now.
Many tell us that they're going about their weekend regardless of snow. It was not getting in the way of people with Saturday-night plans in Malvern, fighting that cabin fever.
Others were out on a mission from the heart, going out for a late Valentine's Day dinner.
Some had unpleasant descriptions of the roads earlier Saturday as snow came down across Chester County, which was hard-hit by the ice storm earlier this month and parts of which picked up more than 20 inches of snow earlier this week.
The big problem overnight was that temperatures well below freezing meant ice and more salt trucks being out throughout the Delaware Valley trying to treat the roads already been covered with several layers of salt, Kinchen reported.
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We stay unsettled through the first half of Saturday. Cooler air moves in late weekend with a nice stretch of weather beginning Sunday.
There may be some showers around tonight as we stay mostly cloudy and humid. Clouds hang on Saturday with some early rain but it'll turn much cooler and less humid throughout the day. High temperatures will only be in the low to mid 70s.
The sun returns for the second half of the weekend with a breezy and nice Sunday. Temperatures slowly warm next week as we enjoy days of sunshine and pleasant late summer weather.
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