After the wild winds yesterday followed by blowing snow that melted, we obviously had just a tiny bit of dry, fluffy snow that stuck around because the overnight lows went back over freezing.
I wasn't surprised by this small accumulation, because I saw this on the front porch early this morning. This photo was from just before I went to work, but it looked about the same around 2 AM when I briefly woke up and reached out the front door to get a couple more logs to throw on the fire overnight.
When the sun came up, it got warm enough to melt most of this trace of snow. I wonder if this was the last snowfall for us this year. Not that I have to go far to see more snow, as the accumulation over Donner Summit means we may be seeing snowbanks at the summit until July.