Notice house getting colder and noticed the furnace wasn't coming on. Checked it and the one of the lights was blinking. I then went outside scaled the snowbank and went around the house to check the pipes. Well a big snowdrift had buried both the pipes. I scooped the snow away and went back into the basement to reset the furnace. The stupid thing wouldn't fire. Checked the condensation line and it was clear of anything that would clog it. I then called the place that installed it. This is after hours call. I wish the stupid thing pulled this during the day. He told me to take off the top panel and it would get air and should fire. When I took off the top panel I found water laying on the bottom and also found water in the bottom part too. Well the intake must of sucked in snow. Well he had to put a new logic board in. It must of shortened out. This is the second time this winter it has been replaced. I had the furnace installed in '09 and never had trouble with this until this winter. The guy said that he didn't think it shorted out and the board is covered under warrenty. I wasn't going to argue with him. But provably going to be charged a fortune due to being after hours.