Nor’easter helps fuel spring fever in Sloatsburg

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SLOATSBURG -

A third nor'easter in a little over a week helped fuel a whole lot of spring fever, especially in parts of Rockland County that saw high snow totals from last week's storm.

Sloatsburg and the rest of the Hudson Valley got a few more inches of fresh snow Tuesday. There are six days until the first day of spring, but robins, daffodils and dry grass are nowhere to be seen in Sloatsburg.

The village was walloped last week with a whopping 26 inches of snow - the highest in the area.

Resident Nicole Tyree says she's sick of the snow. Tyree says she doesn't have a car to shovel out anymore after the first nor’easter claimed it as a casualty.

“I spun out and crashed my car, so it hasn't been the most convenient,” she says.

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