As those who live in the northeast USA (or follow the news) already know, we're in the midst of a non-stop blizzard that started late Monday night, depositing more than an inch of snow every hour. The storm has already thus dumped several feet of snow here in Scranton, and it's still coming down.
The governor of PA has declared a state of emergency, and for two days so far we've had schools, banks, even post offices closed with no mail delivery, people told to stay off the roads (many of which aren't plowed anyway), etc.
I just spent over two hours shoveling the unwanted effects of global warming in the vain attempt to exhume my minivan from having been completely buried in snow, and it's already being covered up again. The wind chill factor is below zero and the temperatures won't get above freezing until Friday.
It'll take more days of digging out until we're mobile again, and as a result I'm seriously behind in my study preparations, so I'm regrettably forced to cancel tonight's (Wed, Mar 15) Facebook Live broadcast. Hopefully by Friday we'll be operational again.