I grew up in Michigan and then spent a few years in northern Illinois so I'm no stranger to snow. I think I saw more in northern Illinois than in Michigan. The stuff there was dry and blew everywhere...you just couldn't do anything with it because it would just blow around.
Living in North Carolina all snow is a "snow event", even a little bit. However, once in a while we get a really good one and I get a chance to take pictures as best I can (it melts just about as fast as it came in). Today we have a "real snow day".
The other day I did my first Circle Polyorama from a panoramic shot I took from downtown Winston-Salem last year. It wasn't that great because the shot wasn't 360 degrees. Today, I took advantage of the lack of cars on the roads to take my Canon 60D, tripod and the EF-S 10-22mm lens out to take a 360 degree panorama in the middle of an intersection next to my house. 24 shots took a while to process in Photoshop, but finally I was able to turn it into Circle Polyorama.
I still have some things to figure out about getting the colors right in the snow but, here it is!