We've had some significant snow yesterday and today (reports say 7 to 8 inches of accumulation). I live in an area that typically gets no more than one snowfall each winter, and this is our second. Understandably, a lot of people are having trouble getting around, because the streets aren't really plowed (the city/state doesn't own an overwhelming amount of equipment, and snow has been falling pretty heavily today anyway), snow tires aren't terribly common and not everyone has chains, and a lot of people just don't really know how to drive in this kind of weather.
So there are a lot of things that could be interpreted as rather snowflakey (pun intended!) that I think most everyone is just tolerating because it's unusual circumstances, and getting out to take care of normal business (like going to work...) is not especially fun or easy in this kind of weather.
But I think the kicker for me today was the car that apparently decided it needed to both get in and then sit in a dedicated bus lane. The bus lane which is dedicated to very large and, in this weather, very crowded buses. On roads which were rather lacking in traction. The car's driver is extremely fortunate that the bus was able to stop before hitting the car, because that would not have ended well.
Fortunately, the bus did stop, the car did move after a few minutes, and we continued on our merry way without any further delays. But that could have been a really bad situation.