Well, I made it to work Friday with no problem. It had been snowing for a couple of hours by the time I left, but the roads were only wet.
Different story by the time I decided to head home about 12 hours later. First, I had to shovel the snow around my car so that I could get out of the parking lot (I actually took a shovel to work with me. After last time, I wanted to be more prepared). Then, I took it slow, managed not to get hit by the trucks that barrelled past me, and arrived home in one piece. My car is parked in a lot down the street so that, when I get to shoveling later today, I'll be able to do the whole driveway without having to shovel around anything.
I'm not looking forward to it. I shoveled out a spot for KT when I got home, and the snow seemed very heavy - lots of water in it, I guess. Shoveling some 13" of it will take some doing.
Photo submitted to WNEP.com by Ginger Outlaw. Shows what appears to be an alley near Coal Street in Lehighton.