Living in northern New England, most of us have accepted the fact that at this time of the year, we'll be getting snow. The only thing we can do is hope the timing works in our favor. For people on a Monday through Friday nine to five schedule, the worst thing about weekend storms is that you might be stuck at home for the day. But when a snowstorm comes during the week, when you have to be on the road to or from work, it can be stressful, and sometimes dangerous.

Well, that's exactly what's happening tomorrow morning. According to Channel 8 WMTW Meteorologist Ted McInerney, we can expect to see snow moving in tomorrow morning, right around the time that most folks hit the road to start their workday. Ted says there will probably be about an inch on the ground by the time you leave for work, but then it really starts to pick up between 8 and 10 am. When it's all said and done, expect two to five inches over much of northern New England.

To watch Ted's full forecast, check out the Channel 8 WMTW weather page here.

Related: Channel 8 WMTW Weather Team Certified Most Accurate In Maine