Wow! It sounds like you have quite the mess up there. I'm not a big fan of all that snow. Also not a big fan of being under a severe thunderstorm watch and winter weather advisory at the same time, which has happened twice this month!
We had that happen once, so far
Yesterday (Monday) was 70-something with lows in the low 60's.
That low was going to be our high today.
Aforred, your cold front came thru this morning, poured rain and I am happy to have an inch of mud because tomorrow it will be gone.
The inch of mud is the good part. Here it is the end of April in southern Middle Tennessee and we have "area frost warnings" for tonight
Contrary to that, I have mowed some areas of yard 2 and 3 times already
Yet it's warm enough for the ticks to jump on the horses and hide in the darkest of places. I spent three hours Furminating four horses and finding ticks to pick off up in their nether areas. I had to use a flashlight to be sure I got all the little so-and-so's
I've been watching my lead horse for the last 20 minutes - just standing there. A common thing for a horse to nap but he colicked nine times last year and with this wild weather swing, I'm hoping I don't need the Banamine when he comes in tonight
No wonder so many horses have issues that don't normally have them