So, I recently drove over 1,000 miles across the state of PA and back.. in snow. We're talking lots of snow. In Erie, PA alone there was several feet and as I made my way back to the Philly area, I got stuck in a snow storm that stayed with me across the whole state. Anyway, after minor issues due to the 6 degree weather of my windshield washer fluid turning to slushie, I stopped to get gas and popped my hood to see snow on my motor. I have no idea how or where it got in and I was wondering if anyone else has ever had this and if it is bad? Once I saw it I immediately got as much out with my snow brush as I could, especially off the battery and fuse box.
Just wondering 1. Is this bad? 2. Besides the gaping hole in my hood, how did it get in?