So last night it's pouring rain and about 39 degrees. Not a care in the world. My wife and I get to go out for the first time in a while without the kids to go see a Christmas Concert at the college. Free tickets were given to me. 1200 people have packed this Chapel and a little over half of the way through the concert a Police Officer comes down the aisle (We were sitting in the front row) and tells me its been snowing for about 20 minutes and there is 2" already on the roads. I thought he was joking with me. Sure enough I look out and see flakes the size of tennis balls falling, I have to leave my wife at the concert hall and go down to the shop in my nice clothes and dress shoes and grab the truck to start salting the roads. (good thing I keep a pair of boots in my truck) I called in another guy to salt the walks so when the concert gets out these people can walk around without falling and drive away on safe campus roads. Someone from the school offers to drive my wife home when she can't find me after the concert lets out and when I come home an hour and a half later there is nothing, nada, zip, zero, snow at my house which is 4 miles from the college. When I left the college to drive home it had changed back to rain and the temp was climbing back up and stayed above freezing all night long.