The NOAA forecast for last night (as of the time we went to bed) included 1 to 3 inches of snow at our altitude. Never happened. However, we did get close to an inch of rain (about 0.87 inches, to be precise) and a bit of corn kernel sized hail.
The latter let to an amusing incident on our morning dog walk, which was just at daybreak, during a lull in the rain. I took all four dogs out on leashes, and is their want in such situations we arrived at a point where two of the dogs (Mo'i and Racer) were synchro-pooping. There they were, in that awkward-looking dog squat, when suddenly the heavens started dropping that corn kernel sized hail on us. I had my Aussie bush hat on, so it didn't bother me. Mo'i never noticed it (this is quite typical of the placid Mr. Mo'i). But Racer – he was annoyed. The hail was bouncing off his nose in a way that he didn't appreciate at all, and given his, er, activity he couldn't very well duck his head to avoid it. So he voiced his displeasure with a few growls, and then started snapping at the descending hail. He's a very fast dog, so he may well have caught a view hailstones :)