(WHDH) Massachusetts received a parting gift from Mother Nature on the last day of winter.
"Definitely over winter. I'm ready for spring," said David Riley.
Lunenburg took the brunt of the storm with more than 14 inches burying the town and leaving many tired.
"This is wet stuff. And as you can see, I have a monster pile [of snow] that we're standing on basically," Riley said.
The snow day Tuesday brought smiles to the faces of Stoneham students, but it may be a different story in June, because it was the town's fifth and final built-in snow day. The last day of school now is June 25, but if there are any more snow days, the school year will be extended.