I'm too low in elevation to get snow, or snow that lasts longer than a few minutes. We do get frost on the ground though. But drive 10-15 minutes up the freeway and they get snow there.I have only had two days that it snowed so far this month for a precipitation grand total of 1 1/2" of snow.
Around here, snow over ice is the absolute worst for traction.It is 31 right now here with sleet changing to snow for rest of the day. Only supposed to get couple inches. Considering roads and everything have been sheets of ice since Sat the snow will help some to get traction.
I have fallen 3 times this winter. All 3 were when there was fresh snow on top of the ice. Two of the falls were very painful, one to the left hip and one to the right hip. Fortunately nothing was apparently broken although walking was quite difficult for some time.You are probably correct. I will find out how bad roads are shortly. I was mostly thinking about being able to walk on. There have been two men in their 70s slip and fall since Sat here. One broke his hip in 2 places and the other fell in such a way that the screw from fake knee broke femur in 6 fractures at the knee and a spiral fracture mid way up on the femur.
Amazing video.. all the stuff in her crop!