Please! I'm tired of you showing up again and again after all the teasers for warmer weather! With the system rolling through the country right now, we have received a nice dose of freezing rain - not as bad as some have had it, but still enough to encase everything in ice 1/8-1/4" thick. I only have a couple of my maples actually planted, the rest are in pots and were either moved under the deck or back into the garage (I think this is the fourth or fifth time I've had to do this so far this year, in and out, in and out... getting real old). I protected the trees as best I could with a plant stand and wooden benches, but of course they still are nicely encased. Green Cascade has nicely swollen buds, but no actual leafing out yet. Filigree, though, has many soft new leaves. There is no apparent damage to the branches, but I am, of course, worried about the leaves and buds. Is there anything I can/should do, or that I need to watch for (such as damage that isn't readily visible, increased susceptibility to fungus, etc)?