The first clearing after the big storm is revealing some snow covered mountains with quite a contrast to the now greening valleys.
In upstate New York the Adirondacks clearly stand out. Just to the west, between Lake Ontario and the park is the Tug Hill Plateau. The elevated region known for extreme lake effect snow.
Vermon'ts Green Mountains are nicely covered with many of the north/south valleys visible.
In New Hampshire that white spec is the above treeline area in the White Mountains with the new layer of snow reflecting a significant amount of visible light.
In Maine the northern 3/4 of the state are still snow covered, and it looks like many lakes are still frozen.