A few days ago it snowed heavily in Japan in November for the first time in 54 years!
The ground was too warm for the snow to stick much. Instead it turned into this horrible slush that sucked your boot in and caused it to stick to the ground. The slush trapped in little melted puddles so it was worse than rain puddles.
In the morning the big fluffy flakes fell and coated a lot of the roof tops of the houses around my home. I stayed mostly indoors that day, enjoying cocoa, and thankful I had no work.
Snow is really nice when you can look out at it from a window. As someone from a warm climate, I stare at the white stuff with suspicion.
Evil, cold flakes fell upon a stunned Japanese populace.