After around 60 days of no rain or snow, the southern Sierra Nevada mountains finally catch a winter storm. Most of the higher country has peaks that are shiny white. Access to trailheads are limited to closed in some areas. Snow dropped down to 6,000 feet over the weekend. However, with temps returning to pre-storm conditions it may not stick around as long as the state would hope.
If you are wanting to do a winter trek, be prepared for snow and wet conditions. Call a ranger station or Forest office to get more info before leaving.