Brooklyn residents fed up with winter weather

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A third nor'easter in less than two weeks has some Brooklyn residents fed up with the weather.

A winter weather advisory is in effect for Brooklyn through noon Tuesday. The storm could bring 1 to 3 inches of snow to the borough.

Residents are urged to use caution during the Tuesday morning commute and can anticipate slippery road conditions and reduced visibility at times.

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Some residents said they couldn't take any more snowstorms and resulting power outages and other issues.

"There was like a week of like weird 60s, 50s and you didn't have to wear these extra layers and it's like, ‘come on I'm tired, I want to show my skin already,’” says Michelle Noguera of Prospect Heights.

Others said they're taking winter and the poor weather associated with it in stride.

Spring officially starts in eight days.

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