The flowers below are called "snowdrops" — I'm posting the photos because they are growing in our back yard. And also because that's what we've had overnight, but in two words. A snow drop. A light snowfall. I think it's supposed to snow some more during the day.
In French, this plant is called a « perce-neige » — they flower in February, and they can pierce, or poke up through, a thin layer of snow. That's what they are having to do this morning.
Brrrrr. The snowdrops are in the picture below, sort of behind the well and near the barbecue grill. Of course, you can't really see them on the whitish background.
Notice that I "photoshopped" a utility pole right out of the picture to make for a more unspoiled scene.