Montrealers seem to have been woefully unprepared for the first snowfall with significant accumulation this season.\nMany drivers are still without winter tires, leading to accidents in some areas.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nIf you need more proof that drivers in Montreal are never prepared for winter, look no further than today's road conditions. In what should've been no surprise to anyone, the first snow (that actually sticks to the ground) of Montreal came a little sooner than we all expected and snuck in during the middle of the night. Though provincial rules stipulate that drivers have until December 1 to change their tires, snow almost always comes before then and creates havoc.\nBut much like I should've realized in university, a deadline doesn't mean you do something the day before it's due!\nHairy road conditions this morning created traffic jams for drivers across the city. Today's snowy roads claimed their first STM bus this morning.\nHighway 30 (South Shore) was especially affected this morning thanks to icy buildup that created chaos on several road exits, according to the Journal de Montreal.\nCBC News and the Weather Network have confirmed reports that 15 to 20 centimetres of snow are expected to blanket Southern Quebec over the next couple of days.\nToday is only an appetizer as snow is expected to intensify overnight and into Tuesday morning. Some parts of the Eastern Townships will see over 25 centimetres once all is said and done.\nPhotos sent to us by MTL Blog reader @paulgodawa show a 57 bus that was a little askew this morning thanks to winter.\nNo one was hurt (save for wounded pride) and even though these photos are not quite at the same level as that famous ice hill video or that one time everyone had to help unstuck a bus in a blizzard, they are quite entertaining.\n@paulgodawa | Instagram\nAs you can see, the bus kinda skidded into a median and like, totally blocked the bike path, man. How am I supposed to get to class now, bus?!\n@paulgodawa | Instagram\nThe bus slid out on the corner of Wellington and de la Congregation in Pointe-Saint-Charles. For those who know the area, you know that that the Pointe Wellington underpass is notorious for fender benders and bike accidents.\nREAD ALSO: Old Photos Of The Worst Snowstorms In Montreal History Prove We've Got Winter In Our DNA\nNow, I understand the complaints about the snow, but c'mon people, we all knew this was coming.\nIam not ready yet for the snow🥺🥺.15-20cm of snow predicted today in Montreal #Montreal #Quebec pic.twitter.com/nOrKAH3C3L— PepiN🍑 (@parkjirongie) November 11, 2019\nI'll admit that I'm not yet mentally prepared for the winter, despite talking tough. But we're Montrealers and we can handle anything!\nIt might seem like yesterday it was 35 degrees with humidity but we're a city of extremes so get with it, ok?\n(This is me trying to pump everyone up, is it working?)\nSnow has arrived in Montreal 💖 pic.twitter.com/dhdJgNDVmW— Aerity @ la-HEE (@kuunpoikaa) November 11, 2019\nAnd look, if you're tired of hearing about the snow and seeing everyone's Instagram stories about it, throw out your phone for the next few days because that's all you're gonna get, folks.\nAfter months and weeks of spring, summer and fall, snow has returned to Montreal, in the form of a snowfall warning ⚠️ 😱 Now let’s see if people remember how to drive in the snow 🤣 😅 pic.twitter.com/e4EvFcMAyr— Kerry Anne Wen (@kerianeon) November 11, 2019\nRemember, in only 5 more months, we'll be complaining about how hot it is!\nDrivers, get on changing your tires ASAP, please.