For us in Britain, this winter means the calendar photo market will have a huge volume of excellent winter shots to choose for the first time in the digital era -= no exaggeration. Every county or town needs to have its own snow scenes, and the last time many places got the right kind of snow plus sunshine was back when film was used. This month, almost everywhere has had snow on trees (not melting straight away), just the right depth for walls, fences, houses - just the right amount of landscape visible (plain white is not right!).
I have not even tried to get out to do local landscapes, I don't really have the right kind of car any more. Used to have Land Rover Safari, then a big Jeep Cherokee, then a couple of 4x4 saloons - now we just have a small Mercedes A140, it's actually pretty sure footed on ice or wet roads, but it's not heavy enough to get out of snow. Also, dozens of other photographers will have been out to the locations I would have picked.
Paul, I hope you're filing all this stuff with Alamy or Fotolibra or another agency/portal. We may not get another year like this for a few years and the pix will provide calendars and winter magazine covers for years to come.