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Cleaning Up After Overnight Snow
CENTER POINT, IA (CBS 2/FOX 28)--Finding people out and about today seems almost impossible thanks to the cold and chilly temperatures
Then again some had to make it outside to shovel away all that snow. That's how the labs family started their day.
"Uh we got out here probably about sixish, said Amy Labs who came out to shovel driveways.
By ten this morning, they were still at it and we're not just talking about one driveway.
The Labs own nine houses in this Center Point neighborhood and they had to shovel through all of them.
With school closed for most students in Center Point they got an extra helping hand from their son who readily volunteered to help out.
"Today he did. Today he actually did. Of course I think he's got some ulterior motive. He'd like to go snowmobiling later, Labs said but for some, shoveling snow outside in the cold weather isn't as bad as it seems.
"I'd rather be out here because it doesn't take as long as school does, said Michael Neal who had to shovel his mothers drive way.
School is also closed for the day in Vinton and while sixteen year old Michael Neal had to spend some time shoveling the driveway he says braving the bitter cold can be done and the Labs agree.
"We're dressed for the weather so as long as we keep moving, they said.
It looks like we just might see more snow this Saturday so there's more shoveling and more staying indoors to come.