It seems all too familiar.
Though I could claim these photos are from The Big Snow™ of February 11-12, 2010, they are not. They are, in point of fact, from this morning.
Snow began falling last night and continued—rather, is continuing this morning, albeit radar claims the end is near.
We received only a fraction of the record snow that fell last month—perhaps 4-5 inches/10-13 centimeters this time, though strong winds have drifted and manipulated it throughout the night such that it remains difficult to appreciate where official depth ends and drift begins.
Nevertheless, thus is the first full day of spring here at White Rock Lake in Dallas, Texas. The February storm set back spring by weeks. This late March storm brings us full circle.
It will take some time for the wildflowers to bloom again.