"'The world's endin', Atticus! Please do something-!' I dragged him to the window and pointed. 'No it's not,' he said. 'It's snowing"' (Lee 73)
"The telephone rang and Atticus left the breakfast table to answer it. 'That was Eula May,' he said when he returned. 'I quote-'As it has not snowed in Maycomb County since 1885, there will be no school today"' (Lee 73).
...Jem asked, 'How do you make a snowman?' 'I haven't the slightest idea,' said Atticus. 'I don't want you all to be disappointed, but I doubt if there'll be enough snow for a snow-ball, even"' (Lee 73).
"'Jem, it's hot!' 'No it ain't, it's so cold it burns. Now don't eat it, Scout, you're wasting it. Let it come down.' 'But I want to walk in it' 'I know what, we can go walk over at Miss Maudie's"' (Lee 74).
"...She was bending over some small bushes, wrapping them in burlap bags. Jem asked her what she was doing that for. 'Keep 'em warm.' she said. 'How can flowers keep warm? They don't circulate.' 'I cannot answer that question, Jem finch. All I know is if it freezes tonight these plants'll freeze so you cover 'em up..."' (Lee 74)
"'Could Scout and me borrow some of your snow?' 'Heavens alive, take it all! There's an old peach basket under the house, haul it off in that"' (Lee 75)