WALLINGFORD, Conn. (WTNH) -- When the snow started yesterday morning, you might have thought it was just a little flurry, hardly worth putting your bicycle away, but then it just kept coming.
We woke up today to a winter wonderland. In Wallingford they wondered, where did all this snow come from? Then they wondered, do I remember where I left the snow blower?
"No i had to dig it out of the shed, so yeah, checked the oil and here we are," Steve Macomber from Wallingford said.
News 8's Kent Pierce asked high school senior Jake Raynor if he was prepared for shoveling snow in early November.
Raynor said, "No, not at all. i was ready for raking leaves."
Instead of rakes, the Raynor kids have shovels in their hands and they have another day off from school due to weather.
"Yeah, we got like two or three days," Raynor said.
"You're going to be in school in July at this rate, if this keeps up," News 8's Pierce said.
"Yeah, right now I just want to graduate," Raynor said.
Graduation was a long time ago for 84-year-old Al Cellana and he says he's seen November snow before.
"Couple times, way back, but you know we never had snow days, we had to go to school. We used to have it so high, you walked it and made tunnels," Cellana said.
He lets the snow blower do the tunneling these days and he knew right where it was because he just bought it.
"Well you bought it at the right time then," News 8's Pierce said.
"It was just delivered two days ago," Cellana said.
"So you knew there was snow coming," Pierce asked.
"Like hell," Cellana said.
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