Snow fell as I hiked through the woods in late March. The snowflakes highlighted some evidence of the insect and spider world that I otherwise would have missed.
Here is a close-up of a web's bowl with the spider's prey on the underside. I would presume those insects flew into the anchor lines and fell into the bowl where they were captured by the spider and pulled below to the spider's lair in the 'doily' area.
Here is a photo of a bowl and doily spider, Frontinella communis hanging out under its snow-coated web. The spider does look rather cold, but it did actually move away from my macro lens.