"but let's wait a few weeks and see if you are still as enthusiastic about the snow as you are today. :>)
Well ,unless the temperature goes up and it all turns to one giant slush bowl, it'll all just gradually recede during the days of direct & unobstructed sunshine and that is entirely handlable.
The snow will be gone from where it ain't wanted ( roads & main walkpaths ) and the rest of the acrege will be left alone where feets don't tread and remain white island oasis's.
An accomodation with Nature is always adaptive.
Sort of like the heat and wildfire season of Arizona that my dear friends in Phoenix have exposed me to. You know, like the way everyone walks around like rom the film set of "Dune" ;having to actually carry water bottles with them when one ventures out for more than , oh ,half an hour or more. ;-)
Gotta love Phoenix's infamous "brown cloud" which obscures the true beauty of the moutain surrounded city at dusk.
Loved Phoenix and the Grand Canyon , but one day that municipal water supply ain't gonna cut it anymore.