Yesterday was a bad day for weather in a small valley about 50 miles from here. It is a whole different world up there. Where we were just getting a little rain and some wind there was a major blizzard going on there. Because our satellite driver rolled 50 packages I got the opportunity to go and help him clean up. While there my driver side wiper motor seized up. Could not go anywhere as I could not clear my windshield. Needless to say I had written it up twice as a problem. Another truck was dispatched with a mechanic to repair wiper motor. Meanwhile I get the call from another driver saying I had better leave the valley as the visibility was getter poor. There was nothing I could do until other truck arrives. Swap trucks and get on my way back to center. 50 mile drive. As I crest to the dry farms I realize it was bad. I see a county deputy. He waves me down and says there is a semi off the road ahead. Go slow but continue. As I near the wrecked semi there is an on coming car. I slow to a stop. The wind is howling and whipping the snow across the road. Suddenly I feel my truck start to move sideways. The wind shoves my truck completely off the road. I sit for a while hoping the wind will die down. I really do not want to try to go around the semi as I don't want to have another episode of getting blown off the road into him. I try again to get on the road and am blown perpendicular to the road. I let it slide back to the side of the road. State trooper tells me to stay put for awhile. There is a fully loaded bus coming around the semi. As it passes the wind takes the front end of the bus and pushes it downwind. The the bus stays sideways in the road. Moments later.......a state snow plow comes along side me. My windows and mirrors are covered in snow and I cannot see what he is doing. Later a sheriff's deputy comes into my truck. He says "Hey.....I guess you know that you have a snow plow against your truck" NO......I did not feel a thing. Not with the way the truck is rocking in the wind. The wind was so strong that I blew a fully loaded state plow off the road. Simply amazing. So we wait. And wait. And wait. Eventually a tow truck comes to remove the plow from the side of my truck. No damage. Deemed an "ACT OF NATURE" by the state patrolman. Had to spend the night in motel as I ran out of hours. On the way back this morning, the truck develops a fuel filter issue. Try driving 50 miles at 30 mph. Yah..... I had a bad day.