CUMBERLAND, R.I. (WPRI) -- A November Nor'easter brought snow to some parts of the state, but some didn't get any at all.
As predicted, the most snow piled up in the northern parts of Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.
- Photos: November Nor'easter
The highest accumulation in Rhode Island was five inches in Cumberland, before the melting started Thursday morning.
After a milder winter last year, this Nor'easter was a return to reality for New England residents.
"We had a pretty mild winter last winter, so I think this winter is going to be a little bit heavier than last winter," said Patricia Ziniti-Lau, a Cumberland resident.
A local landscaper was upset because the snow was covering leaves he still needed to pick up.
"It came too soon, it's covering up my money. I still got the fall cleanups that need to be done," said Mike Cournoyer.
Others tried to keep the snowfall in perspective.
"It could've been worse," said Tony Muscio, a Cumberland resident.
According to Eyewitness News meteorologists, while the worst of the storm is over, it's still going to be a nasty day, with any wintry mix changing to "plain" rain showers, and very gusty winds.
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