The final snow for the Spring of 2022...we hope. The weatherman said that it was coming and he was right...darn it. This is one of those times that we hoped he was wrong.

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It can't be easy doing that job because the only time you hear from anyone is when the weather is wrong. I never see any messages about them being right. I didn't see anyone post a story thanking them for being correct about the Winter Storm Warning.

We asked you to send us your photos from your place and as always you came through in a big way. I have to admit that it looks pretty if you don't have to go outside. Here's what you sent...I'll go first.

So how does this storm compare to Winter Storm Izzy? You be the judge.

IN PHOTOS: Late April Snowstorm

IN PHOTOS: Winter Storm Izzy Smacks The The Southern Tier

Winter Storm Izzy arrived in the Southern Tier late on Sunday, January 16, 2021 and dumped varying amounts of snow. These photos were submitted by locals to show what it looks like where they live.

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