What to do about a pedestrian crosswalk covered with snow on a busy street?

Question Details: There's a very busy main road where I live. We just got a bunch of snow that is covering the roads. There are quite a few lighted intersections but there are also painted crosswalks without lights in areas where there's quite a few intersections between lights. At the intersection I'm concerned about, the only indication it is a crosswalk is the painted lines on the road. I cross the street at that spot once a week. I always make sure the cars are far enough away that they can safely slow down in all lanes before crossing. However, today, when I started crossing, one car would not slow down and nearly hit me. I can only assume that he couldn't tell there were painted lines on the road, indicating a crosswalk because of all the snow we just got. I just want to know for future reference, is it illegal for me to cross there when it's not clearly marked to drivers?

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