Most local residents say they're sick of the snow, and it's even causing people to develop "cabin fever."
Yet, conditions like these can also bring about more cases of domestic violence.
"People are cooped up. The kids are home from school and tempers flare a little easier. It's not like you can go outside and garden or go outside and take a walk. So, they might have to do some more creative activities to reduce that, " says Response Victim Assistance program...
Farmers are finding it difficult to manage their property with all this snow, but they still have to find a way to dig out and to get food and water to livestock.
Tractors are able to handle the fresh snow. Yet, snow piles are growing and becoming hard.
"If we get on some frozen ground, it can be a safety issue. Tractors can skid on icy conditions. Right now, with all that snow, it's not as grave of an issue, " says Mark Mechling of the OSU Extension Program.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect from Friday afternoon through Saturday afternoon according to the National Weather Service. Click on our "weather link" on this website to learn more from Whiz Storm Team Chief Meteorologist Wesley Sass' exclusive forecast.
The snow and the cold weather are having a major presence across southeastern Ohio and much of the US this winter.
In fact, weather experts say it could be the worst winter the country has experienced in more than 25 years, but Ohio University-Zanesville Dean James Fonseca says you need to look at the overall picture.
"This has been a relatively cool year overall. If you remember back to summer, i think we set some type of record for fewest number of days above 90, "...