My daughter's 2002 Chevy Malibu wouldn't start. The battery was so dead tha t the interior lights would not come on. I popped the hood and found that the was a lot of wind swept snow under the hood and the battery was covered. The insulators on the terminals were gone, so I assume that since water/sn ow is a conductor, the battery shorted. Dose this make sense? I have never owned a car that had a problem with snow getting under the hood.