We received quite a dusting today, its too warm for it to stick on the ground, but the roof tops are a little dusted and there is quite a lot of flakes flaotting around in the wind. I have shot some video and stills of the snow. For the most part it is not too crazy, it only snows here about every 10 years, no real accidents I have seen or people going outside to stare at the sky. We noticed it at 10 this morning and it was comming down from light to heavy until about 3:45, now there are just a few flakes in the air. Having lived in Milwaukee for 8 years, and growing up in Detroit until I was 10, snow is not a big deal to me (it even snowed a couple of times in Alabama while I was there). Coco has seen snow before, but she has not lived in a place where it has snowed. We enjoyed watching it fall, reminding me of a alternative movie I saw in college simply titled Snow Fall in a Field, which was a 30 mm grainy film of 1 hour of snow falling, no sound and in black and white, just watching snow fall and a couple of deer checking it out. No deer in Shanghai, but watching the snow fall was fun and too bad it won’t last for long. I’ll post the pics I took along with some shots from around the creek next to where we lived, its odd to see how much can change in the span of 20 days.