Spokane road crews worked throughout the night to clear arterials and residential hills and while the roads are much better than they were Sunday evening, many people just want winter to end. Soon.
On Sunday, almost five inches of snow were dumped on snow, a reminder that even if it's March on the calendar, winter is refusing to go away quietly.
"I'm definitely ready for like the five inches to not happen anymore, it's crazy," Troy Patterson said.
"I was so mad, I was like finally it's all melting and then boom, it was all there and the roads were terrible," Brianna Robinson said.
"I am absolutely ready for green, I'm ready to get rid of this yucky stuff here," Eric Morlan said.
City crews worked 24/7 to clear the streets. Monday morning 55 pieces of equipment were out plowing residential hills and cleaning up downtown.
"We will work to get that snow melted especially as the temperatures warm up so we don't have to rack it or berm it in the downtown area," Spokane Mayor David Condon said.