Fortunately the snow didn’t cause many traffic troubles, but some early risers did have to deal with it this morning.
“It’s nice it is picturesque and all. I think it is the sign of the times, climate change and all that stuff,” said Wayne Maychek of Waymart.
“I remember about ten years ago we got almost a foot of snow on Halloween, so I am not surprised, but I am definitely not going to be cutting grass that’s for sure,” said Maychek.
“It wasn’t bad (early morning driving). Roads are ok. i had a doctor’s appointment, so I made that. You never know, once October comes you never know what you’re going to get. You can get a foot of snow, or you can get this,” said Charlie Yatsonsky of Waymart.
“Well it was a little slushy at Lake Ariel, and I’m heading now up to Susquehanna to go to work so we’ll see once I get into the higher elevations what it is like, but so far no problem,” said Sgt. Dennis Murray, Susquehanna Borough Police.
“I love the weather, the more snow the better. I love all types of weather. You know… it’s a beautiful day to be alive,” said Bobby Cecere of Waymart.
“I like the four seasons that’s why I live here. I like the snow. I’m retired so I don’t care,” said Yatsonsky.
“And they do a good job with the roads when they need to, and I have no complaints about it. I mean, I’d rather be making snowmen, and having snowball fights than driving in it, but it’s ok,” said Sgt. Murray.