Commuters Prepare For Monday's Snow Storm

SHENANDOAH VALLEY, Va. - Here we go again...

We could be getting more of the white stuff Monday and many people here in Staunton aren't too thrilled because they say this storm is getting in their way.

People like Karen Hedrick say they aren't looking forward to the storm.

"It makes me feel angry, I am over winter," she said, "I really have to show up, I'm one of the managers so I have no choice but to go"

"It's a little scary to have to worry about driving a half hour in bad weather," Hedrick said.

Jacqueline Guevarra works as a nurse and says the weather often holds a lot of her co workers up.

"I just couldn't get out of home," Guevarra said, "there are people who drive around picking up nurses, just to get employees to work and they also book hotels."

The most interesting thing to most people here is that fact that its almost 60 degrees this Sunday, warm enough that you don't even need a coat, and that itself has many people like Lisa Goatley scratching their heads,

"I'm not a winter person," Goatley said, "I lived in Mississippi for 16 years and we didn't get much snow there and I really enjoyed not having a whole lot of snow."

Either way, whether we get a lot or a little, some people here have no choice but to get in their cars tomorrow and brace mother nature.


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