Right when we thought we had beat the winter, snow flurries returned to Chicago on Thursday evening. It's not unusual for it to snow in Chicago during March, but that doesn't make it any less depressing.
Two years ago, after one of the most miserable and cold winters in the city's history, Bulls center Joakim Noah discovered that it was snowing outside during a postgame interview, and his reaction pretty much sums up what it's like to experience springtime snow in the city.
"It's the best time of year," he said. "It's not cold outside anymore. The sun's coming out."
A reporter then quickly informed Noah that it was in fact snowing outside, and all of the hope immediately drained out of his eyes.
At least we're not professional athletes like Noah, because we're going to need to down a fifth of whiskey tonight to get over the emotional sting from the snow.