Monday marked the first full day of spring, but it's hard to keep that in mind when you're brushing snow off the windshield.
Like a house guest that doesn't realize the party's over, winter has overstayed its welcome.
The trees are starting to bud, daffodils and croccuses are blooming. Yet Old Man Winter seems to be having a hard time saying goodbye.
The first day of spring was greeted with big, fat flakes of snow, then more Wednesday and according to the National Weather Service, we can expect more tonight and Thursday.
Already this season, according to the National Weather Service, we've had more than 50 inches of snow -- one of the 10 worst winters on record.
Livingston Public Schools opened two hours late on Wednesday morning because of the snow. The morning session of PRIDE was canceled.
The National Weather Service forecast in Livingston is calling for 1 to 3 inches of snow and sleet.
Thursday calls for more of the same, rain, snow, and sleet before 11 a.m., then a chance of rain.