Tohubohu; choas, disorder, confusion
Over night the world froze. Thick snow fell, covering everything in a deep blanket of white. The weather forecast had predicated it but no one could have guessed how bad it would be.
‘It’s the middle of spring, it’ll be a light dusting,’ people said.
When they woke, it was like being in the grip of a bad winter. The only way to get to places was by walking and most cities ground to a halt.
‘It’ll pass,’ people said.
More and more snow fell and soon the big freeze of everyone’s nightmares arrived.
(Inspired by; https://rochellewisoff.com/2019/04/17/19-april-2019/ with thanks).