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Drifting Snow means Continued Shoveling for Residents

PEORIA - Many residents have been having to clear sidewalks and driveways multiple times.
PEORIA - Another problem with Sunday and Monday's storm was drifting snow, which means a lot of shoveling for residents.

Wind gusts have reached up to 30 MPH

That means people had to clear sidewalks and driveways multiple times throughout the day.

We caught up with one man who says shoveling isn't a problem for him, because he enjoys the work out.

"It's my winter exercise," said Robert Parker. "I walk the dogs, so I've got to clear a path down the sidewalk. It makes it easier to walk dogs later on. And I walk to work. I work at Bradley. It is easier to walk the neighborhood when it's clean."

Doctors say temperatures this cold puts people at a higher risk for conditions like hypothermia and frost bite.

Frost bite can set in in a matter of minutes, so don't go outside if you don't have to.

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