Google is bidding to get people in the Christmas spirit by bringing snowfall to their desktops.
When Google searching the term "let it snow" digital snowflakes start falling from the top of the screen.
A few seconds later and the screen starts to cloud-over.
Just when it seems like the snow is going to takeover the entire screen and block out the search results a blue "defrost" button pops up, allowing users to clear the screen.
It's not the first time Google has brought the Christmas spirit to screens.
According to siliconrepublic.com a similar "Do a Barrel Roll" search in November that sent the user's search screen on a 360-degree spin.
If you want to see the effect, without searching the term "let it snow" you can below on this YouTube video.