In Denver, I always watch the weather when I have a listing coming on the market. This weekend and early next week we have a DEEP FREEZE plus snow rolling into the Denver metro area. I woke this morning to hear it is only 10 degrees outdoors. This weekend the highs will be in the teens, and expecting negative numbers overnight.
When you have a vacant listing, and there is snow, you need to be sure to have someone shovel for the showings. Also, keep the heat on, if it is too cold in the listing, buyers won't stay. If there is too much snow, some buyers will opt to miss out, rather than risk an accident racing to a listing in this type of weather.
There is a lot to think about when you have a new listing --- PHOTOS - taking these with full sun is optimum, but at least behind the house is good. I have seen some dramatic photos with storm clouds hovering. I know my photographer says don't worry about the interior photos when it is gray outdoors. Sometimes these make the best photos inside! If possible, I prefer NOT to have a foot of snow in the front yard, but in February, this is difficult to avoid at times!