Colorado is getting a late May storm. Snow up in the higher elevations (1-3') and rain down at lower elevs. Supposed to be up to 5" of liquid in this storm. Consensus on the weather underground seems to be for about 2' of snow for my location, but we will see.
I plan to go out and shake the snow off the tree branches at a few point during the storm. Only flowers open now are a couple of pears (same ones I thought were goners from the cold snap earlier) and a native plum. Most everything else has yet to open, so should be OK even if we get a bit below freezing.
Looks like I will be spending a couple of days at home (or shoveling).