None of all the stations mentioned will measure snowfall as supplied. You would need to add a heater to the rain gauge to melt the snow as it's collected in the cone. There are threads on here with ideas that members used, small lamps, reptile cage heaters, pipe anti-freeze tape, etc.
Not shure how the heater will fit in the Vue. I think it's only for the Pro2 and the older Davis stations like Weather Monitor and Weather Wizard.
Note the Vue's rain gauge doesn't meet the WMO's 8" standard dimentions like the Pro2 does. You can build your own heater but be prepared to open up the Vue's ISS. The Pro2 sells for about 200-300$ more, then you have to put aside another 115-195$ for the heater. By then you have to decide what you what's more important the heater or WeatherLink.
Other than that no station Davis or non-Davis has a heater avalible unless you build it your self. These are common obsticals almost every weather station owner has to deal with. I've taken wire a few resistors and diodes to rig up a heater and hooked it up to an AC adaptor. You will also need to have some insulation so the heat is retained and focused to the funnel.