Where I come from, the familiar bromide is, “it’s not the heat, it’s the humidity,” meaning, of course, that a combination of high temperature and high humidity is a double whammy that can make life particularly miserable. Well let me tell you, it works the same in winter. It’s not the lack of heat, it’s the humidity. We’ve had a particularly wet fall and winter, which has been a good thing from a drought-breaking perspective, but it makes for a bone-chilling kind of discomfort that belies the actual temperature. We haven’t had a snowfall yet, but this is the kind of winter when they occur. So, a snow cartoon.