Winter Storm Jonas at the #WVCapitolWinter Storm Jonas at the West Virginia Capitol. Time lapse video taken Thursday evening, January 21- Monday morning, January 25, 2016.

Posted by West Virginia Legislature on Monday, January 25, 2016

GLENGARY, W.Va. — Winter Storm Jonas left more than three feet of snow in parts of the Mountain State, but the heaviest official report on the entire East Coast was 42 inches, in Glengary in Berkeley County.

Glengary resident and business owner Jessica Hanes says she got a surprise when she woke up Saturday morning.

“I anticipated maybe like 10 inches,” Hanes said. “I looked outside and it was up to the banister on my porch.”

The state plows had yet to come by her home Monday morning and Hanes said she does not expect to see them for several days.

“They have to circle around to Virginia to be able to even come down our road,” she said.

Hanes owns The Salon of Style in Martinsburg, which is closed Mondays but will start to lose business if at least a few stylists cannot make it in by Tuesday, she said.

“I’m hoping we can open,” Hanes said. “Some of the girls live closer, but like I said it’s the clients who won’t be able to make it.”

Hanes said Tuesday will determine how much business she loses as clean up continues.