CENTRAL NEW YORK, N.Y. -- It's a familiar scene in Central New York.
Snow emergencies and travel advisories have been issued and are scrolling across your screen.
The conditions can make it tricky to travel as plows try to keep up with the snow fall.
You should drive for the conditions, slow down and leave enough space between your car and the next.
These conditions are typical for the season, but people we spoke with are ready for a change.
"It's definitely been cold. It's Central New York you should expect this. It doesn't bother me. Its part of the winter. I just countdown to March 21," said Laurin Haddad, Driving in the Weather.
"This is a lot worse than the rest of the winters. I mean it could get a lot better. Like really, it really could," said Tyrone Davis, Driving in the Weather.