Presidents' Day is solely an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February and now viewed as the day to celebrate all U.S. presidents, past and present. Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, it's officially called Washington's Birthday by the federal government.
Some states have separate days to celebrate the birthdays of Washington (Feb 22), Abraham Lincoln (Feb 12) and others. President's Day was created and moved as part of the 1971 Uniform Monday Holiday Act that created more 3-day weekends for federal U.S. workers — it's a holiday for the U.S. postal system, banks, stock markets, courts, division of motor vehicles and public schools and all are closed. It's not a holiday for most businesses and grocery and retail store employees, but it's become a major U.S. sales weekend.
Snow arrived in Nashua, NH overnight on Saturday and lasted into early Sunday morning. Total accumulation was less than 5 inches of a wet snow. It melted quickly on walkways and roads thanks to above freezing temperatures. It was a pretty early morning view.
Hope your weekend was a good one. Most of the snow here was off the trees by late afternoon. Daytime temperatures are forecast to reach near 60 degrees by midweek so a lot more snow melt will occur. Enjoy the day off if it's a holiday for you.