Yesterday we had a snow-eater south wind! It was up in the mid-sixties by the afternoon, and the snow is gone, except for some tiny patches hidden in wooded areas. Wandering around, I took a few pictures of spring emerging in the garden.
These are the purple crocus, pushing up through the leaves and mulch.
These two snow drops emerged a month ago, and have been in stasis. They don't seem any worse for the experience.
The yellow crocus, always early to bloom here.
The heather, which has bloomed all winter and simply emerges from the snow looking just as it went in, and the first honey bee I've seen so far.