Insert obligitory "rub-it-in" your face Colorado response...
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA (cough cough) ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaa!
Snow... What dat?
By the way, not to be a technical nerd about it, but its not a "true" blizzard unless the following happens...
"Blizzards occur throughout the world and in North America are particularly common to the Northeastern U.S and Maritime Canada. Because the factors involved with the classification of winter storms are complex, there are many different definitions of the word blizzard. A major consensus is that in order to be classified as a blizzard, as opposed to merely a winter storm, the weather must meet several conditions: the storm must decrease visibility to a quarter of a mile or 400 meters, include snow or ice as precipitation, and have wind speeds of at least 35 miles per hour or 56 kilometres per hour (which would be seven or more on the Beaufort Wind Scale) for at least three consecutive hours.
Another standard, according to Environment Canada, is that the winter storm must have winds of 40 km/h (25 mph) or more, have snow or blowing snow, visibility less than 1 km (about 5⁄8 mile), a wind chill of less than −25 °C (−13 °F), and that all of these conditions must last for 3 hours or more before the storm can be properly called a blizzard."
Off to the beach I go. Have fun sledding suckers!