Snow melting visible from space

The extensive snow cover laid down by Sunday's storm was quite clear in visible satellite imagery (available when the sun is above the horizon). Bare ground - where there is little to no snow cover - is dark grey. The lighter shades up to white are either snow or clouds. In this loop clouds are confined to the lower right. The rest is snow on the ground. You can see the snow melting in the eastern and northern KCBD viewing area.

Snow melting visible from space