049/366: Frozen Fractals

We've had a serious cold snap over the last few days, with temperatures dropping from the 60F kind of range down to 40F. And with that comes, well:

Frost on the windshield of my car. Frost on the windshield of my car.

Happily, it's going to warm back up over the next couple of days, but it won't be long before I need to extend nearly every morning's routine by a few minutes to clear a thick layer of frost off my car. For the moment, though, I can still enjoy the novelty of the cool spikes and stuff.

Oh, and here, have an earworm:

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