Here's a reminder for future years - don't be surprised when this happens around the first week of April:
We got about an inch in the hour we were watching an episode of Daredevil, with a little more falling over night.
It sure did look pretty the next morning!
Still, this is bad news for some of the plants - and we have colder temps in the extended forecast. I went out Sunday morning to confirm the peach blossoms that had already opened were all wilted. Nearly every daffodil that had opened was bent to the ground. And I don't know what these temps are going to do to the peach and Japanese plum blossoms that aren't open yet. I'm not as worried about the pears, Asian pears and apples - they're hardy and built for this sort of weather. The European plums, which have only been in a couple years and have never successfully produced fruit should be ok as well - they're not very far along, and are more hardy.