Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
A blanket of snow covering everything from the ground of the Merritt Parkway to the tops of trees. It's December's first official snowy day in lower Fairfield County.
People bundled up in hats and scarves to stay warm outside, but some were inside today. Stamford Public Schools were closed. But UConn Stamford students say most classes were still on.
"It started off really strong but it kind of died out. Also hoping more of my classes would be cancelled because it's finals week," said Kia Santos, a UConn Stamford student.
The snow slowed down since this morning, but in the "city that works" no one slowed down for the snow.
"Come on down to Planet TV and get a grilled cheese and tomato soup today please," said Darlene Anderson, owner of the Melt Mobile food truck in Stamford.
The owners of the Melt Mobile truck, hard at work on High Ridge Rd. serving grilled cheese sandwiches. And Rippowam Animal Hospital employees making sure their driveway is clear and safe.
"I don't want nobody falling or getting hurt. Especially bigger animals, sometimes they can get pulled and we'll have older, elderly people that come with their animals, said David Gutierrez, who works at the Rippowam Animal Hospital.
Though it's not sturdy snow to build a snowman, it still creates a winter wonderland.