Well, I think we all knew this would happen.

After going months without measurable snow here in Colorado, we're finally getting our fill.

According to the College of DuPage, another round of measurable snow is expected to hit Nothern Colorado beginning Tuesday (Feb. 1) with snowfall accumulating throughout Wednesday (Feb. 2) into early Thursday morning (Feb. 3).

The latest forecast shows that parts of Larimer County bordering Weld County could see a total of 16 inches during this week's snowfall, while areas further east into Weld County could potentially see eight to nine inches of snowfall.

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There are many reasons to hate driving in the snow.

Snow creates a high potential for dangerous road conditions, produces less-than-decent drivers (who probably aren't decent drivers to begin with - but that's a conversation for another time), often adds travel time to your trip - the list goes on.

Maybe you don't mind driving in the snow. Maybe it doesn't even phase you when it snows (can't relate).

BUT, if you need to be out and about on a snow day and you hate driving in the snow, here are five things you could try - or should try - to do to... essentially cope with the fact that you can't stop Mother Nature from bringing snow to Colorado (because if you could, I would've stopped her already).

5 Things You Should Do If You Hate Driving In The Snow

There are many reasons to hate driving in the snow.

Snow creates a high potential for dangerous road conditions, produces less-than-decent drivers (who probably aren't decent drivers, to begin with - but that's a conversation for another time), often adds travel time to your trip - the list goes on.

Maybe you don't mind driving in the snow, maybe it doesn't even phase you when it snows (can't relate) - BUT if you need to be out and about on a snow day and you hate driving in the snow, here are five things you could try - or should try - do to, essentially cope with the fact that you can't stop mother nature from bringing snow to Colorado.

These might just be suggestions, but if you don't take them - all I can say is good luck out there. 

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