A sound we're now all familiar with, the Greenwich plows headed out early this morning to clear the roads in the snow storm.
But not everyone was out and about, residents seemed to prefer to stay inside on the snowy day.
"It's a funny thing, going down Greenwich Avenue it is practically deserted. Here at Tod's Point it is practically deserted. When I was young it seemed like we had a lot of snow and people were everywhere, now there is just a little bit and everybody is hiding in their houses and it's a shame because it is so gorgeous outside," says Barbara Lynne Tunick, lifelong resident of Greenwich.
Lifelong resident Barbara Lynne Tunick had Tod's Point to herself today, which is usually a popular site for sledders, snowmen builders, and snow fighters. Possibly since it is a very wet snow with high accumulation, but students seemed to enjoy the day away from school indoors rather than in the snow.
Including today, this is the third snow day for Greenwich Public Schools. If the schools reach five snow days, the district will need to cut in to April break or add days in June.