After an especially unpleasant stint of the oven-like Santa Ana winds, I’m looking forward to our first winter storm set to hit this evening. Of course, I use the term “winter storm” loosely. For Southern California, “winter” translates to sub-70 degree weather with some clouds, and “storm” means some droplets of moisture falling from the sky–usually little more than half an inch. But I’ll take whatever seasonal weather change I can get, even if it’s a far cry from the crisp and colorful autumn days in my native New England. So in honor of my personal obsession with fall, here’s a silly video that explores the dangers of Compulsive Fall Disorder, or CFD.