Snow Accumulation on Headlights
Anybody experienced this? On the plastic covers, enough to severely restrict the light intensity. Early evening but dark, road temp. estimated 33°, air temp. 36-37°. Very wet snow, flakes literally silver-dollar sized, due to the traffic, melted on the pavement surface. On I-5 in WA (yes, it does occasionally snow here), n. bound; by the time I could safely stop, it was a good thing I had tail lights ahead of me to follow. (Familarity with the road also helped.)
I learned to drive in western PA, drove in bad weather all over the US, never had this problem before. I attribute it to the covers, the old style headlamps never did that, due to the heat of the lamps, I think.