For some people, all the snow means money, namely for those running the flurry of impromptu snow plows.
People who own trucks and added plows were in high demand and combed Charlottesville to make a killing Thursday. With so much snow, plows have been in demand, especially for larger spaces, like parking lots.
Tim Sanford started plowing a bank lot near Pantops at 9 p.m. Wednesday and he didn't finish until 1 p.m. Friday. That's 16 hours of work.
“It's probably not as bad as ’09 where we had a lot of snow in ’09. It's the biggest one we had in a couple years and I've been pretty busy,” Sanford said.
Stanford said the continuous snow made completing his job tough. He wouldn't say how much he earned but did say he was making good money.