I have a 2013 Chevy Cruise that has new brakes changed by the dealership, and they work perfectly in the rain, and dry conditions. But when there's snow on the ground, the brakes often start grinding, and I can feel it in the pedal (I can also hear it). This happens at the end of the stop. I assume it has something to do with the ABS mechanism in the car.
Why only when it's snowy?
What is happening when this occurs?