Baltimore County said Tuesday that 98 percent of county roads have been plowed.
For county residents, the frustration level depends upon which street you live on.
All around the state of Maryland, main roads were the first priority for crews tasked with clearing snow.
For Rodney Bonds, living on a main artery like Harford Road meant relatively smooth after the hard work of clearing driveways and sidewalks was done.
On side streets, however, some people are still waiting to get out of their neighborhoods.
The county told ABC2 that as of Tuesday morning 98 percent of county roads had at least had one pass of the snow plow.
"We figured that since they came up that little bit that they figured that was it that they were on our property, on our street, and that was it," Doris Korb of Carney said.