By Matt Petrillo

ABINGTON, Pa. (CBS) — Some parts of the Philadelphia region are under several inches of snow. The snow started before sunrise, beating many commuters to the morning rush.

In Abington, Montgomery County, snow plow crews were back at it along Old York Road by Baeder Road.

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Abington Township Police say they’ve already responded to several minor accidents from Thursday morning and they’re urging people to stay home.

“As people drive on them, it turns into ice and that makes it even more treacherous for people, so that’s another reason why it’s critical people stay off the roads for us,” Abington Police Patrol Sgt. Jennifer Doyle said.

At the nearby Home Depot in Willow Grove, they’re trying to get ready for spring, but the storm isn’t helping. Some equipment, like grills, were covered in plastic, with several inches of snow on top.

Glenn Cotter was clearing the parking lot to Home Depot so people can safely stock up on ice melt.

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“I’m actually missing my wife’s birthday today,” Cotter said. “My beautiful wife is working from home. Gotta be out here making the bills.”

Tanisha Carroll was brushing the snow off a coworker’s car.

“We got short people problems. We short, so we gotta stick together, for one. And if I can help her and make her get home safer, why not?” Carroll said.

Spring can’t come soon enough for those growing tired of snow storm after snow storm.

“Getting sick of it,” Abington resident Robert Stella said. “Hopefully this is the last one of the year.”

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The snow emergency remains in effect in Abington until 8 a.m. Friday.