The snow falls, gets plowed, and then melts – and the cycle repeats. Because of all the freezing, plowing, and melting, roads gets damaged. As many of you may have noticed, many potholes have been appearing on the roads. Potholes form due to the wear and tear from weather and the amount of traffic on the pavement. Most potholes appear in late winter and the early spring due to the extra amounts of water from the freezing and melting cycle, which weakens the pavement and leads to cracks and potholes.