BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Many Marylanders on Friday chipped away at icy layers underneath snow from the latest round of winter weather to move through the region.

“It’s definitely frustrating. I can feel it in my back,” Christian Spence, of Hampden, said.

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In Millersville, Keri Llewellyn cleared the wintry mess for a second time since the storm brought in two different rounds of precipitation.

“Getting the ice off the driveway and the stairs. I was hoping to be done yesterday, but it snowed more last night,” she said.

Others got creative with clearing away the ice like Chianti Stansbury, who sprayed a mixture of alcohol, windshield wiper fluid and water on his cars.

“Just trying to loosen it up, trying to figure out ways without being aggressive with the scraper,” Stansbury said.

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The wintry weather also caused traffic headaches and numerous accidents.

Maryland State Police responded to 1,300 calls and 383 crashes between 6 a.m. Thursday and 6 a.m. Friday.

“It did cause a lot of damage out there. Ice is something that anyone can get into an accident with regardless of how good a driver you are,” Ron Snyder, of the Maryland State Police, said.

Drivers will want to be careful over the coming days. There could be black ice and refreezing overnight.

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Stetson Miller