General: This is the most snow we've received at this site in 25 years. Our long-term (uncalibrated) average is 105" (sd= 5.9") and we've received 156.6" to date, with 16.6" in March alone (compared with an average of 9.8" (10.24"sd). Great moisture.
Agriculture: This bodes very well for our dryland farming of the area.
Fire: not an issue presently, though the increased moisture will probably translate into more fuel.
Plants/wildlife: We are seeing pretty new-normal presence. Few songbirds (perhaps bird flu?), many magpies, and a nesting pair of owls (and their attendant foes, crows) in a tree outside the house. Ermine has shown this week, and lots of mice, of course.
Water supply: The creek is still below snow, but we saw running water in the beaver creek on Buckskin. We may this year, after perhaps 15 years, see water in our pond. I hope for frogs again.