It's looking like it's going to be a long snowy winter in the Hudson Valley. If you don't have to leave the house during a storm, certainly consider staying put. But if you do head out, you're bound to come across one of these types of drivers.

In all seriousness, though, please be safe out there if it does indeed snow like they're saying it will. Stay home and warm if you can and if you are going out try not to be one of these drivers.

Here are some of the snow drivers you may encounter in the Hudson Valley:


  • 1

    The Flasher

    This driver is rocking the flashers as soon as they pull out of their driveway or parking lot. They probably still have snow piled up on the top of their car and frost on their windshield. This driver probably should have just called out of work and shouldn't be on the road. But we get it, ya gotta do what ya gotta do.

  • 2

    The "Professional"

    This driver always ticks me off. This is the driver who is going 65 with about 4 inches of visibility ahead. They're also the one who starts fishtailing while you curse their name because they scared the living daylights out of you while you're white-knuckling the wheel.

  • 3

    The Leader

    This is the driver you want to be sharing the road with. They're either in a big truck or SUV and are driving slow enough that you can follow in their tire tracks if the plows haven't been out yet.