Mid Atlantic here. Roanoke VA. We got a dusting of about 6", it melted off the roads quick due to the warm winter we have been having. We did go to our lake prop and drove down a long snowy road, sat overlooking the lake and enjoyed.
The Commander handled the snow like a pro I will say that much, while I was a little leary of this all electronic 4wd system it did hold its own. I was playing around in the parking lot of my Fire Department and was going through some of the unplowed snow (about a foot or so) (part of our driveway goes uphill and turns to the back of our building) and the front skirt acted like a plow and did get the commander "hung up" causing all 4 wheels to just spin in the snow, I tried turing the ESP off and even put it into 4 low but it couldn't get over the hump of snow it made. My friend in a trailblazer went over the same area right after me and made it right up there. I'm sure if I had the skirt removed from the front (like the owners manual says to do) the Commander wouldn't have had any problems.
Working for the CT State Police I had to go into work during the storm and the commander handled the highway at 45 with no problems, the state was having a hard time keeping up with the snow falling so most of the highways had a few inches of snow. Only once did the ESP system engage on the highway and that was going over a big rough patch of ice and snow. Other than that I was extremely impressed with it and felt at ease driving it. When I had my Rubicon I always felt like I was fighting the Jeep to go through the snow to keep it on the road.