Snow on March 13th? How very unusual! And sadly, after nearly everything has bloomed, so they are all going to die -- or at least, are very likely to. It wasn't so very cold this morning, but very snowy, with a thick grey-white cloud bank lying low down to earth and covering all the mountains and even the closer hills. Lots of wind, lots of fiercely flying wet snow, lots of frigid puddles.
Still, everyone drove at seventy-plus on the freeway, just as though it were not difficult to see through the flying snow, and there weren't slushy ridges of snow between lanes. I did make it safely in to work, and can now go and re-do my hair, and try to dry out my cold wet socks.