More Snow for Harford County on Saturday
Updated: Saturday, February 15 2014, 08:42 PM EST
Whether Marylanders wanted it or not, more snow coated areas Saturday after many across the state are still digging out from Thursday's heavy storm.
In Harford County, residents were trying to get back to their normal routines, despite the weather.
Two dedicated runners who usually run about 10-20 miles every weekend decided Saturday to run only six miles because of the weather. Matt and Susan Stachowiak say they are "sick and tired of it, it's been too much."
Before Saturday, Harford County had already accumulated more than 17-inches of snow.
There are still giant piles of snow around as more began to fall yet again on Saturday.
Residents are hoping the worst is behind them.
Susan added, "That second round was too much. I really thought we weren't gonna get anything. It got a little ice, got a little rainy and I thought it was gonna be all over and then it just kept coming and coming and coming."
Nearby, business owners are also frustrated with the seemingly endless winter.
"The salt has been ridiculous to clean up, you have to mop it up like four times, like at the end of the day. It's awful," says Emma Freeman, a cashier at Shamrock Coffee.
Temperatures are expected to rise the week after Maryland received its largest storm of the winter.