LOYALSOCK TOWNSHIP -- His grocery list was short and to the point. Just the essentials.
"I'm here to pick up the famous bread and milk. We're having a snow storm. I can't wait to shovel," Michael McDevitt said.
While we sensed a bit of sarcasm in Michael McDermott’s tone, he really did stop at giant food stores in Loyalsock Township in preparation for the snow. He wasn't alone.
"Honestly. I thought, middle of the morning. I'm not working. I'm just going to go and get what I need. Mistake. Mistake,” Pamela Emery said.
"We were going to go somewhere farther away and we were just like it's going to storm. We might as well get everything now and come closer so we don't have to drive in this weather," Sarah Crum said.
While many people tell us they were prepared for the snow, that didn't mean they wanted to drive in the winter weather just yet.
"I get scared with other drivers, because I watch them and I can tell that there are nervous ones. They go too darn slow. They are too cautious. Sometimes you can be too cautious," Luanne Spooner said.
By the afternoon roads in the Williamsport area were covered in snow. Luanne Spooner stopped to get gas at a one stop. She plans to spend the day out on her four-wheeler.
"We plow everybody's driveways and just have fun out in it,"
And with several inches expected there should be plenty of snow to enjoy.