It's not an easy commute for any of us, but it may be even worse for a group of travelers just trying to pass through the Tristate.
They were headed to places like Alabama and California... Instead dozens travelling by greyhound bus ended up in Evansville.
And now they're not sure how or when they'll get home.
Lisa Gardner's seen a lot of the country the past few days... And a lot she wishes she didn't see.
"Actually, a truck jackknifed and almost took us off the road."
Gardner and many others are frustrated not just about being stuck since 8 this morning. Some say they don't have a place to stay while waiting.
"They drove round and round town, like they was lost."
"How can a huge company, like Greyhound, leave this many stranded and broke in a blizzard in 25 degree weather?"
"The weather's slowed them down so much and you can only drive for so many hours."
A greyhound spokesperson says drivers can't run their routes if the weather gets as bad as it's been in the Tristate. Other bus companies are also working to get passengers to their final destination from their unexpected one.
A company spokesperson says greyhound will help passengers who are stuck in Evansville overnight find a place to stay for the night.