If it happens, this is about the extent of it for us near the inter coastal mountain range of the Pacific. This is a big deal and is the talk of the town until it melts away by the end of the day or next.
Here is my little patch on Sugarloaf Ridge behind my home. Elevation around 2000'
About 20 miles further north makes a big difference in the amount of white stuff. Elevation 2500'
Mt. St. Helena (not the volcano St. Helens, that's in Washington) is at 4344'.
This shot is just to the right of the above photo.
Here it is switched to black & white. Snow covered mountains are really dramatic in black & white I feel. Unfortunately these were taken later in the day when another front had moved in. Compare to the first shot when it was early in the day, clear and bright. Clouds too work well in black and white but these didn't seem to pop. Perhaps if I had used a filter it would be more interesting.