Road commissions around the region are gassed up and ready to go.
The Wexford County Road Commission says they are prepared for incoming snow.
They will have one truck on 24-hour patrol through the storm, and will call in more trucks as needed.
Take your time if you do have to drive.
Road commissions ask that you take it slow and put on hazard lights if visibility is less than 10 feet.
“They always need to slow down. If it’s windy and it’s hard to see, you need to be conscious that there are vehicles ahead of you at some point or another,” says manager Alan Cooper, Wexford County Road Commission.
The Doppler 9&10 Weather Team will be working throughout the night to keep you up to date on the air, online and through the Doppler 9&10 Weather App.