The temperature has warmed slowly overnight (up to 40° (!) right now), and there was a heavy rain overnight. Well, "heavy" being a relative term, but it did rain quite a bit for awhile.
We're fortunate that it's early in the winter season, and the roads aren't cold enough for the rain to freeze on contact. No reports of any ice build-up, anyway.
We have a pickup and three SUVs, and all have winter tires (one set is studded; the other three are the studless "ice grippers". I was skeptical about those, until last year when my wife put a set on her small SUV. They work quite well, and in some cases better than my studded tires. Since they also don't tear up the asphalt like studs, my next set of snow tires will be the studless type, too.
The terms "shell-shocked" and "disarray" are being used to describe the Clinton camp's response to yesterday's FBI bombshell. Isn't it strange how the Left doesn't find it so funny when it's happening to them?
We'll be heading out to the local market for a few things, this morning, and to put some more go-juice in truck. Later, Older Daughter and I are going to take a serious stab at organizing the garage. It remains the one part of the house which hasn't ever truly been put in order. That needs to change, and a cold, rainy day seems like a good time to start.
That's all I have for now; thanks for stopping by, friends.