"Much better than in the morning. Much nicer now. The roads are clear," said Louis Martinez. "I have to get to work today. Not too bad, not too bad, no."
Even those left with the task of shoveling sidewalks and cleaning off cars agreed. It could have been worse.
"We need to try to clear some out, and as soon as you clear it out, it comes back. It's fine. This is winter. I wish I owned a snow blower," said Gail Smith, Waukegan Resident
"It's light, fluffy snow, so it's easy to get rid of," said Julie Freund, Waukegan Resident
In Waukegan, a man was killed when a snow plow backed over him in an apartment building parking lot. The driver of the snow plow has not been charged in the death.