Piles of snow all across the Northeast.
And no sign of relief.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) QUINCY DAVIS, NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, RESIDENT, SAYING:
"Everybody's looking for places to park now. The streets are bad and we're going to get hit with it again."
Clean-up crews are working around the clock -- some to little avail.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) GEORGE JEROLMAN, SNOW PLOW DRIVER, SAYING:
"It's just hard to keep the snow in one spot. So we're just trying to put it at the end of each road. Eventually we'll have to move it if this keeps up."
In New Jersey, firefighters responded to a call of a roof collapse.
Officials there said inches on top of inches of snow caused bricks to start tumbling down.
The building was vacant and nobody was hurt.
In New York, residents are exhausted.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) SAYING:
"I can't get out of my driveway. I've missed two days of work because the street wasn't plowed. Snowstorm after snowstorm the neighbors are doing the street and 311 doesn't want to do anything about it."
To make matters worse for these residents, overnight storms promised even more snow before the start of the week.
Snow still piling up in the Northeast (1:07)
Feb. 16 - Residents annoyed by constant snowfall across the Northeast prepare to wake up for more snow. Nathan Frandino reports. ( Transcript )