The first work week in February is off to a blustery start.
High winds, then flurries and heavier snow have given away to a bitterly cold night.
The low temperatures could also cause a refreeze overnight, making the morning commute a tough drive.
On Monday afternoon, Mayor Jean Stothert said 110 city trucks would be focusing on main streets on a 24/7 operation, while 175 contracted plows would focus on residential areas.
It's advised to take your time in the morning and give yourself extra time to get to work or school.
More light snow is expected Tuesday morning.