but...it seem like normal condensation and I drove after I saw the leakage and I had the heat on blast with the outside vents closed and I had no condensation anywhere.
Usually when it rains, or it is really cold, or damp/dewy in the mornings my windows fog up with just the heat on and not the defroster..
Isn't that normal?
I'm thinking one of the minor and most distance of the hoses/gaskets from the core may be leaking.
but how long? and why only now would it appear in the cabin like that?
That looked like a really slow dribbling leak.
For a system that is closed and under pressure, I would expect more of a gushing out of coolant. I've seen blown coolant hoses before and that green stuff is usually steaming and squirting out like arterial blood from a gunshot wound to the head.