Winter isn't over yet. And we might still get snow.

The National Weather Service predicts Portland could get an inch of snow Sunday night, and the Portland Bureau of Transportation has issued a winter weather and driving advisory.

Current predictions call for a dusting of snow and potentially "icy conditions elsewhere during early morning hours Monday morning."

"Temperatures are expected to freeze overnight on Monday and Tuesday night," PBOT warns, "creating the potential for icy road conditions during early morning hours." The bureau advises that people keep close watch of the weather forecast and avoid driving if road conditions deteriorate.

The warning is wise considering Portlander's notorious inability to drive in adverse weather. During the infamous Snowpocalypse of 2017, local drivers averaged five crashes an hour, with some people some just abandoning their cars along highways.

That snowstorm dumped unprecedented amounts of snow on the city, and prompted Gov. Kate Brown to declare a state of emergency and call Seattle to ask for a snow plow loan. The city has since invested in additional plows and a more proactive plan to pour salt on icy roads.

Still, it pays to be prepared.