My husband and I walked around the house late last night to try to see how many tree limbs were down, and you could hear the trees cracking, and occasionally a limb crashing to the ground. This morning we could see it was mostly pine tree branches that came down.
My poor birches bent over to the ground under the weight of the ice, and one snapped in two. The temperature only rose to 32 degrees today, so not much melted. It did melt off the power lines and the tree tops, but not much else. I didn't venture out at all today, stayed home to nurse my cold; so I don't know what the roads were like.