As another round of winter weather heads our way, road conditions are expected to take a hit and drivers said they are not excited about the possibility of a messy commute because of a wintry mix Tuesday morning.
"I'm not a big fan, I'm not a big fan," said Carmela Savvas, of Newington.
State police said they responded to hundreds of car accidents after the snow Saturday.
"Three hundred fifty crashes, 31 of them had injuries, and there were just over 200 motor assists," Connecticut State Trooper Kelly Grant said.
Police are advising drivers to be cautious as they head on wet and slippery roads Tuesday.
"Everybody drives how they shouldn't be driving, and they think it's safe, and it's not," Savvas said.