KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (FOX 29) - Snow is falling pretty heavily across the north and west of Philadelphia Sunday evening.
"I love it! I want the big one to come. I just want one big one and I'm good for the rest," exclaimed Jenn D'Antonio.
For now, D'Antonio and Mike Anzideo may have to settle for a decent snowfall, complete with wonderland scenery in Delaware County areas like Chadds Ford and Concordville.
"You never know with the weather anymore," said Steve Dry.
What Dry does know is he'll be working through the night and well into the morning.
"Time to make money and have fun," Dry said.
More snow coming down quicker than many people could get where they needed to go - out and about on a Sunday evening in Chester County towns like West Chester and West Goshen.
"We're just coming from church and we wanted to get something from Wawa," Billy Asalu, from Willingboro, New Jersey, stated.
The Asalu family not expecting to see much snow, if any, where they live.
"We live in New Jersey, so we need to get out of here quickly," Beatrice Asalu stated.
"I usually try to get a hoodie and layers, but yeah, I'm not really dressed for this," Praise Asalu added.
"I'm always prepared for this weather. You never know what's going to happen," Faith Asalu said.
Prepared until Faith's footwear comes into view.
Carla Johnson just arrived on business to Philadelphia.
"You're not really dressed for the weather," said Fox 29's Joyce Evans.
"No, because I just came from Seattle and it's sunny and beautiful there," Johnson said.
And, the roads are not bad, so early in the storm.
"Not that bad out. Roads are pretty easy. Not too many people on the road. Just take it easy and maneuver your way through it," stated Robert Myers.