It's like walking in a winter wonderland.
"It's a beautiful snow. It's just fantastic," said Maggie Levy, a Stamford resident.
"It's really beautiful out here. Not as cold," said Kyle Knight, also a Stamford resident.
Though today isn't Christmas and it's past the holiday season, many are enjoying the scenery.
"On the trees it's all fluffy and white. Just beautiful," said Levy.
It's the kind of snow that's perfect for snowball-making, but also the kind of snow that's perfect for making slush on the roads.
"I live up the street here. It's easier to walk than to drive in this kind of stuff. That's for sure," said Levy.
The conditions leading residents to dream of a new season.
"I'm ready for spring to come," said Knight.
But it seems Spring isn't coming any time soon.. The groundhog saw his shadow Sunday, meaning six more weeks of winter, as the tradition goes.
City officials say there's about 50 trucks out plowing, sanding and salting. Those crews will continue cleaning up as the snow falls. The city isn't calling a snow emergency for this storm.