Fortunately, the Cottonwoods sure clean up good. The storm that developed yesterday afternoon and extended through the night was just what the doctor ordered, with some sticky, high-density snow to start and a wonderful right-side up snowfall. Turns today at upper elevations weren't half bad and in some areas were downright fun. What a recovery.
Yesterday was also the last day of Steenburgh winter. Obviously, things don't change overnight, but the days are starting to get longer and the sun angle is increasing. It didn't take long today for the snow to get wet and/or stiff on the southern half of the compass. The race is on. BTW, the next chance for snow is late in the next work week, so don't let this snow go to waste.