I just took a look out the window and saw what seemed to be confetti. But then I noticed that no two were alike so it had to be snow flurries. I paid close attention to one of them that seemed in no hurry to go anywhere. It would sink a few inches, then rise, move a little to the left, but not making any real progress. Then a gust came and blew it off to who knows where. I can't find it now. I wonder if there are scientists who study the motion of flurries. They give you some idea of the wind patterns in a micro kind of way. Perhaps there are better materials that are used for this purpose. Don't know. Mainly, my concern is the fact that even a single one of these pieces of water can cause a traffic jam that reaches from Bivalve to Ong's Hat. I hope I will be together with my family tonight. How's the weather by your way?