In shady areas, it's melting more slowly. The wood pile on the side of my garage, for example, doesn't get much sun until late in the day so it looks like this:
The walkway at the bottom of the porch steps, though, has been getting sun since about 7:30 this morning. I sat on the steps for a while and actually watched the grass appear. It was just a little slower than watching time lapse photography. I took these pictures over the span of about an hour. Look at the edge of the snow line. You can see how it has melted from picture to picture.
I don't think the thermometer is entirely accurate because you have to take into account the heat that the pavers absorb from the sun. They are quite warm to the touch (or to my shoeless feet) and that heat radiates upward. Even so, I'd say it's definitely in the low 60's this afternoon.
If it gets any warmer, I may be tempted to flop out in a lounge chair and get a tan.
How is the weather in your neck of the woods?