Another blast of cold air arrived Monday morning, prompting many San Antonians to say they are fed up with winter weather.

"It gets really wet down here. It's a wet cold, and that just cuts right through people," said Bill Bass.

"I don't like the wetness, the dreary, ugly fogginess," said Gina McClain. "I think that it's been unusually cold."

South Texas has seen more than its fair share of not-so-fair weather.

On Jan. 24, an ice storm created dangerous conditions, especially for drivers.

San Antonio police reported 2,400 calls for service, including 173 major accidents and 414 minor accidents.

Then on Feb. 6, a snow-sleet mix created another rush hour headache, mainly on the far North Side.

There were crashes every mile or so on Loop 1604.

But even with all that, for every person who prefers the searing sunny weather, there's another who prefers the crazy cold.

"I'd rather put layers of clothes, because a woman can only take off so much in the summer. So if I'm hot, I just take off my jacket," said Brenda Fabla.

"I was born in Michigan, so this is nothing," said Kathy Jablonski.

Of course the cold air that makes people in San Antonio shiver is not a big deal to people up north.

"It's 15 degrees at home. As an inveterate New Englander, yeah, I'm not impressed. You need to put gloves on," said Faith Leornard, who is visiting San Antonio from Washington D.C.

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