Okay, this is going to be brief, folks. The storm -- extreme cold weather -- you can see it on the map the estimated areas where they're at the -- you know, as low as 50 degrees; where it's that dark red, it's below zero. You know, it's dangerous and threatening. This is really a very serious weather alert here. And it goes from Oklahoma all the way to Wyoming, and Wyoming to Maine. And it's of real consequence. So I encourage everyone -- everyone, please heed the local warnings. We've contacted -- we've tried to contact 26 governors so far in affected regions. And -- and go to Weather.gov -- Weather.gov for more information. And I know this is -- you know, it's like -- this is not like a snow day, you know, when you were a kid; this is serious stuff. And my team is prepared to help communities weather this -- no pun intended -- this storm, this -- this freeze, and -- because we need to cope. They need to be able to cope if it's necessary. I'm going to, shortly, be briefed by -- by both FEMA and the National Weather Service, and we're going to start that briefing. And -- but in the meantime, please take this storm extremely seriously. And I don't know whether your bosses will let you, but if you all have travel plans, leave now. Not -- not a joke. I'm tell- -- sending my staff -- my staff, if they have plans to leave on -- tomorrow -- late tonight or tomorrow, I'm telling them to leave now. They can talk to me on the phone. It's not life and death. But it will be if they don't -- if they don't get out, they may not get out. So, any rate, thank you all for coming in, and I'm going to do the briefing now. Thank you. [Crosstalk] Thank you. If I don't see you, Merry Christmas.