Steve, you can say that again!
I remember when I lived in New York City, and during the winter months I was sometimes hard put to find an enclosed space where I wouldn't freeze my tush off so I could work on something like a new pitch. There wasn't all that much snow, but it was cold enough to freeze ice cream outdoors! One thing I always welcomed was the "January thaw"---two or three weeks of temperatures in the 60s and 70s, pretty good baseball weather. So don't lose any sleep over the miserable weather conditions---soon enough it will be time for hits, runs, errors and all the other things that make up our national pastime.
And elsewhere on this website, you were wondering whatever happened to that "gyroball". I always said it was a variation of the screwball. :baseballpitcher: