It recently snowed out here. I was driving my Focus into town to pick up a package at the post office and it did fine in the snow. Would break traction in any gear practically, but handled it all well. I live on a dirt road and that's where the car died. It sputtered and then died maybe 45seconds from home. I thought maybe it was a wet ignition since I've had a Samurai and my Jeep stall from water splashing on the distributor. I know the Focus uses an ignition coil but I thought maybe. But, it was dry. I looked at the intake and it was dry, plus I hadn't gone through anything deeper than an inch or two. It's the stock SPI snorkle-looking intake. It would start, sort of. Crank it over and it would barely catch, and sit just below idle, only if I kept the gas floored. I was able to limp it home like that (after pushing it withing 25 feet before hitting an uphill). I let it dry overnight and the next day and still nothing. Any ideas? I gotta get this back on the road so I can give my wife her minivan back!