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So I've been in Tuscaloosa for at least 10 years. And there's a word that makes many tremble in T-Town. What is it you ask?

Snow.

Shockwaves were just sent throughout the city. Many have now hidden in fear of the frozen precipitation that could grace the ground in Tuscaloosa. Milk and bread and have now disappeared from shelves. Children prepare for a possible snow day and the opportunity to fling snowballs at friends and siblings.

Parents and other adults on the other hand, wonder one simple thing: HOW DO WE DRIVE IN THIS?!?!

And I'll admit, I am one of those adults. Driving in snow is no bueno. I remember a while back during my final year at the University of Alabama, a car broke down on a bridge and left traffic to one lane!

So needless to say, with the chance of snow that is coming up, we all need to do one thing, and that includes me too.

Slow down, take it one step at a time, and think logically about things.

Yes, the roads will be a pain in the you know what. But give yourself enough time to get to where you need to go, whether it be the supermarket, work, or a restaurant (hey I waited out traffic at Baumhower's one time!)

Long story short, we all need to be smart. Drifting around corners and going over the speed limit might not be the best course of action.

Stay vigilant out on the roads! Just pretend like you're escorting Saban to a big meeting, that'll help you focus!

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