(WWLP) – The 22News Storm Team issued a Weather Alert for accumulating snow to the west and mixed precipitation in the Pioneer Valley Monday morning.

While many residents in the Pioneer Valley woke up to a wintry mix of sleet and rain, some parts of Berkshire County saw more than half a foot of snow. 22News spoke with one woman about the hazards of driving on snowy roads.

“The roads are not well-plowed yet. The roads that I was driving on this morning got three inches of snow and it’s very wet. It looks like you can drive it but I was definitely slipping everywhere,” said Sarah Kinney of Lenox.

How much snow? Here are a few reports. Keep in mind these are from early Monday morning.

  • East Otis: 10.0″
  • East Hawley: 9.9″
  • Rowe: 8.1″
  • Plainfield 8.1″
  • Heath: 8.0″
  • Otis: 8.0″
  • Blandford 8.0″
  • Westhampton: 7.0″
  • Buckland: 6.8″
  • Pittsfield: 6.8″
  • Colrain: 6.5″
  • Conway 6.5”
  • Great Barrington: 6.0″
  • Shelburne Falls 6.0″
  • Williamsburg: 6.0″
  • Southwick: 5.4″
  • Northfield: 5.0″
  • Turners Falls: 5.0″
  • Sunderland: 4.7″
  • Northampton: 4.6″
  • Montague: 4.5″
  • Westfield: 4.5″
  • Easthampton 4.5″
  • Erving 4.0”
  • Stockbridge 3.5″
  • Sandisfield: 3.0″
  • Shutesbury: 3.0″
  • Hatfield 3.0″
  • Bernardston 2.5″
  • Amherst: 2.4″
  • Ware 2.0″
  • Springfield 2.0”
  • Chicopee: 2.0″
  • Monson 1.5″
  • West Springfield: 1.4″
  • East Longmeadow: 1.3″
  • South Hadley 1.3″
  • Hampden: 1.0″
  • Agawam: 0.3″

If you’re driving in these conditions, experts recommend reducing your speed, and increasing your following distance behind the vehicle in front of you, so you have plenty of time to stop.