This questions is for those of you living in the North West region. Is it better to cut the grass shorter before the snow falls, or leave it long. I have heard both sides of the argument for this. The side to cut it short says that you will have less mice, and snow mold problems. The side to leave it longer says that it is less stressful to the grass. In my area we usually have snow on the ground from Nov. thru Feb. My usual cut height is 3.25" this is on Kentucky Blue, and Kentucky Blue blend with Rye and Fescue. Should I drop down a half inch or more before the snow, or leave it at the regular height? Just wanted to know what some of the rest of you thought.