You already know about the rain. You don't know about the 12-14" of snow, some of which remains on the ground, although today's all-day rain will surely melt it away before tonight's rain turns to snow.
Even though the temptation is there for naps and good books and cups of tea, a working girl has to keep on working. And in between the work, at the edges of the day, in slivers of time that show up unexpectedly, I'll open the paint can and dip the brush.
It helps to have the targeted room stripped and ready for that fifteen or twenty minutes I have free to paint one wall here, one wall there. Art off the walls, hooks unscrewed, curtains down, basic prep done. To keep it from seeming like too much of a never-ending construction zone, I've found a basket to be handy for holding all the things, for keeping what I need handy and contained, and for keeping what came down in one place, ready for when it goes back up. It helps the stops and starts seem less disjointed.
When long lengths of time for painting what needs painting just aren't to be had, segments'll do. After all, three twenties equal an hour. A lot can be painted in an hour.
Do what you can with what you have.
P.S. Paint color is Pure White by Sherwin Williams