I have never seen that much snow in my life.
Here it snows usually once MAYBE twice a year. Last year I don't even think it snowed at all.
I haven't actually been below 0 degrees Fahrenheit before.
Sure, because you are from SC.
But in fact, it's not really that much
snow. Yet. Usually we get 1 feet on the ground in Dec. to Feb.
In the city, there's no snow at all on the streets and on the fields nearby there's only 1 or 2 inches or so, which was already gone yesterday after a few hours - because it's still way too wet and the temps have risen again.
The picture above with the snowy hills at the bottom of the picture is actually taken at an altitude of 1000 meters, whereas the city is only on 750 meters.
It got ca. 5-10 inches on that altitude.
On the mountains (which you can see on the earlier picture), about 1-2 feet of snow fell. But you can only see this when the mist and clouds are gone later.
On the Kitzsteinhorn glacier (that pyramid-like mountain in the distance on the upper left side of the earlier picture), it got about 3-4 feet of snow (but that's between 2500-3000 meters altitude).
I post pictures later when all the clouds are gone (which should produce a great snowy fall panorama).