Snow was expected to be spotty on Wednesday morning, but it was enough to keep drivers on alert.
For the third time in less than a week, they faced a tricky commute.
This time, however, it was not due to a storm. It'll be the result of snow showers expected to hit quick and hard.
The Department of Transportation said a solid layer of road salt remains on the roads from the previous storms. It said that should help.
It's not just slippery conditions that drivers have had to face.
So-called "ice missiles," or snow and ice that have not been cleared from vehicles, have been just as hazardous.
As a result, state police said they've been cracking down with fines.
For some, though, the days off and school delays are enjoyable.
"I actually lived out in California for four years, I came back for the holidays, for the snow," said Anthony Quiones, "I just love the beauty of the snow. Nothing looks better than that, you know."
Keep up-to-date on Wednesday's snow shower with the WFSB.com weather section here.
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