The good part about Washington though, is that this almost never happens. Standard procedure dictates that it is to snow no more than 2 inches, and the ensuing chaos is to be monumental. Snarls of traffic, jack-knives of everything that is physically able to jack-knife. That routine. The same thing that happens when it drizzles in Southern California (except we know where the control for our wiper blades is located)
As I type this, it is literally pouring outside and some counts said that in the last 48 hours there was more than 6 inches in some areas. We usually get 30-40 inches in one year.
So now it’s time to wrap up some work, endeavor to make the great trek North without needing to be rung out upon arriving at my destination. Then dinner, bed and do it all again tomorrow.
Spring, I’ll give you $20.00 to make an early arrival this year. Yes?
Fine, $50.00. That’s my final offer.