On Easter weekend I went up to New Hampshire with a few friends. While there hasn't been a trace of snow on the ground around home, there's still plenty up in New Hampshire. Apparently this year had record snowfall up north. I found it amazing that I could drive just 3 hours and go from no snow to over three feet on the ground.
These two pictures give a good idea of how deep the snow was:
The snow banks were so high a couple of times when pulling out of a parking lot we'd have to have someone get out of the car and run into the road to see if any cars were coming. (By the way, in case you were in doubt, that's not me in the above pictures.)