We awoke to about 4 1/2 inches of snow this morning, temps hovering in the low 30s. Enough for a thin, impromptu cross-country ski around the pastures and horse trails under bright sunny skies but melting rapidly. Temps expected to be around 45 degree tomorrow afternoon, more of the same for Sunday. However, the snowfall didn't seem to add appreciatively to the Beaverkill; by 4:00 pm today the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was still flowing at about 223 cubic feet per second, as it was a few days ago. We are expecting some rain for Monday; hopefully it will be enough to help our rivers and streams gain some much-needed volume heading into the Ides of March.