"Oh man I will say not another round of it again! Plus with the snow on top of that," said Todd Shanton, a resident.
Many anxious residents were out heading to the grocery stores to stock up.
"I decided to get to the store to stock up on snacks, sodas, milk, bread and everything," said Shanton.
While some shoppers may have a tendency to over-stock even when a cold front might only last a day or two, officials with the Hagerstown Fire Department say there is good reason to prepare ahead of time.
"It's good to be prepared beforehand than to go out when snow and ice begin to fall," said Adam Hopkins of the Hagerstown Fire Department.
Going out during the wintry weather could put you in danger,
But if you do have to go out,
"The big thing is if we're on scene of an accident, give us space as we still have to do our job," said
As the cold front and snow creeps closer by the hour, if you're still planning to hit the grocery stores, beware you could be facing a packed crowd.
"Oh yeah! It's not gonna be just a quick in and out," said Shanton.
Temperatures in Hagerstown are expected to drop to a chilly 12 degrees Tuesday afternoon.