With another snow in line for most of West Virginia through Saturday, several in the state have seen enough snow for the season. A snow fatigue is setting in for some in the Mountain State.
"I'm tired of the snow. Everyday it's cold," said Ashley Holliday.
"I think we had our fair share of snow this year. I'm from New England, so it's not that different but living here for a while I'm not used to it," said Judith Vance.
The Charleston-Huntington area is suppose to see anywhere from three to six inches which has people looking forward to warmer days.
"I want it to be really warm like 90, maybe even 60," Judith Vance.