Saturday morning I had to brush off my windows before heading for breakfast
Just a skiff of snow, not much but we had a weather snow warning. Later in the day it started to snow, lightly at first, continued all night, and by the next morning it was still snowing.
Our AWD has regular tires and my FWD has snow tires
There is NO traction on wet, slushy snow so we stayed put at home all day
It's not a lot of snow as compared to WI Here and Here too.
to get white snow in your photos you need to add + 1.00 /+1-1/3 EV exposure compensation to your settings, or go to scene modes and select "Snow" mode. Otherwise your snow would look grey
The following photo was captured in full sRGB colour mode and converted to monochrome. It was set +1.00 EV and then shot bracked +/- 2.EV ie: 3 shots RAW and converted to HDR, and altered the levels curve and tweeked the contrast a bit to bring out the texture in the snow