If you could wish for a day for a snow storm a late Friday night is just about perfect. People don't have to commute to work for the most part and when it snows overnight you can wake up and get to work during the warmest part of the day. It snowed pretty good across the northeast last night and in Mercer County we got about 8-10 inches. The shore got hit harder, 21 inches in Bayville and 12 inches in Cape May. I'm not sure how The Fly Fishing Show fared with the storm, but I hope those that made it had a good show.
Snow in the mountainous region of our state is good for the health off the lakes and rivers. When it melts away it raises water levels, brings nutrients from the soil to the water, and in the Delaware its effects the salinity which is important for spawning striped bass.
I took some screenshots from two locations near me. Later this week we re expected to see temperatures into the 50's which will surely met away the snow, so we'll compare and see what it does to the rivers. The Delaware is low, down near Trenton, and I assume the same for the Upper Delaware Rivers. The Delaware at Trenton is running about 6,500 cfs and Lambertville is less than half a foot.