Shoppers brave the cold, hit the stores in Montgomery County

NORRISTOWN, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — Cold weather has left some shoppers in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania wishing they were packing more.

“It’s cold, it’s cold, it’s definitely cold. I left my jacket in the car,” said Tim Wylesol from Conshohocken.

Action News spoke to some shoppers in King of Prussia who wish they would pack more to walk from the parking lot to the store.

“I forgot my scarf in the trunk. I’m really sorry right now, but it’s freezing and I’m ready to come home,” said Noreen Griffin of Shoreham, Long Island.

Earlier Friday, Action News stopped at the PennDOT salt yard, where riders could load up on salt and prepare to hit the road to make sure conditions didn’t get too slippery.

Drivers said they took it slow as the rain came down.

“It’s going to be very slippery, the roads are freezing because of all the rain. I think and I saw some of the ice pellets hit the ground so they splashed in puddles,” said East Norriton’s David Roth.

Some ran their errands earlier in the morning.

“Actually, I just finished. So yes, I’ve tried to get everything out of the way and I’m done. I’m going home,” said Jennifer Pierce of Norristown.

But by mid-afternoon the sun came out over some patches of grass covered with a light blanket of snow. Some people said they were glad they had time to do their shopping even though it was very windy outside.

“I’m glad it’s not snowing anymore because it used to be hard to see while driving,” Griffin said.

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