This is probably the last snow day this winter. We had one in December which was out of the ordinary. A snow day in February is much more ordinary.
Luckily, it wasn't icy so it just brushed off my truck. I made a snow ball and gave it to one of the guys at work. It didn't snow in town, just the higher elevations got it. He thought it was a great snowball and put it in the freezer. I have no idea what he will do with it later. Maybe he's saving it for summer when it is 110 outside.
I didn't check my water tanks (it was too cold...40 degrees is cold to me!) but I hope they are full. The last rain was in February last year and then it didn't rain until July. My summer super water conservation plan should start soon. That means shorter showers and wiping more dishes instead of using lots of water.
I should have plenty of water to get me through the dry season. Last year my 500 gallon tank had to be emptied because I needed to replace the blocks underneath it. I bought a 400 gallon tank to hold the water from the 500 gallon tank. This year all of the tanks will be full. Even my jacuzzi is full. I am hoping I won't need to conserve water as strictly as last year but I did it once so I know I can do it again if I have to.
Tomorrow's forecast, no snow but below freezing tonight. I'm glad I don't have any sensitive outdoor plants (the cactus can take it) or animals (kitty is warm inside with me).