The first picture below was taken with the S95 at around sunset, and it was pretty dark out. Things go all blue at this time of day, which in other circumstances can make some really cool pics. But here it just makes things, well, blue.
But it was really cold out, and I decided not to twiddle with the camera to work out a better photo.
Tonight, however, I wanted to see how the photo would look with just an "auto adjustments" in my photo software program. While the second photo could still use a bit of touch-up, it is much more like the scene actually looked like to the eye. The snow is white and the sky is pretty close to what it looked like.
Two take away ideas. First, ignore he cold and get the pic correct the first time in the camera, and second, if the white snow ain't white, a simple auto function can make it so.