It's not ideal.
I started taking hay to horses and sheep at 7am, and warmed the dogs' kibble with hot broth. Yesterday was a shoot day and most of the dogs came out to work, so they're getting a snow day today.
The lamb with pneumonia appears to be on the mend, breathing normally and bouncing about with the rest of the flock. That was a success story: I caught it early, knew how to treat it, and the lamb was strong enough to fight the infection.
We're still left with two ewes to lamb: Eudora, who's expecting a single any minute, and a ewe expecting triplets.
Lambs in the snow just doesn't look right somehow.