I just mowed the lawn for the first time this year.
I'll need to wait a couple more days yet.
Today was a blowing, drifting, intermittent snow squall day thanks to moisture dropping down with the NW winds coming across the great lakes. Activity picked up even more tonight. Near whiteout at times coming home around 7pm. I finally took the yardstick out and measured several places to see what we had. Average was 10-12" on the ground.
We already had about 4-6" remaining before this last storm. One county tonight went back to a level 3 snow emergency with some of the roads drifting bad enough the plow trucks could not keep them open. We are back up to a level 2 here. One thing about tonight though is the snow is dry and light. When you drive through a drift it just goes into a white cloud instead of trying to yank you off the road like the heavy wet stuff.
So far we've had the 7th snowiest winter season on record according to the port Columbus International airport records which date back about 60 years. (Airport located about 35 mile to my NW. Sometimes they get more precip, others we get more precip but at the end of the year their totals very closely match mine.)