In the wee hours of the morning tomorrow, a winter storm will roll into Northern Colorado. CDOT warns drivers who will be commuting tomorrow morning: 'plan ahead'.

Tomorrow morning, commuters might encounter winter driving conditions but they'll ramp up in the afternoon, when roads will get slushy and packed down with snow and ice. According to the release from CDOT, "Snow accumulations are expected to be two to three inches for most of the Metro Denver with four to eight inches along C-470, the Palmer Divide and the central foothills above 9000 feet. Winds are expected upwards of 40 mph on the Eastern Plains and along the Palmer Divide, so motorists could encounter much lower visibility."

Snowplows will be out on the roads, and remember to never tailgate snowplows or pass them on the right-hand side. You can find more helpful tips for tomorrow's storm right here.