In the Denver area and it has started to get very cold today and with snow falling, the salted roads do not help much for loss of traction. I noticed that once I got over 50mph and feathered the accelerator to keep a safe distance with the cars ahead of me, my car started to lose traction in the rear and was getting a bit squirrel-y to say the least. I slowed down with hazard lights on and exited the freeway. I noticed that the car handled much better once the regenerative braking was set to LOW for this particular circumstance. I am guessing that this will mainly apply to rear wheel drive vehicles as all-wheel drive variants have braking applied to all four wheels. A constant speed using the accelerator would also provided much better results in the snow as the regenerative braking would not have kicked in. It was rush hour and not quite possible to drive that way in this case.