Are you kidding?! As an SJ, snow is one of my favorite things. Sure there's always shoveling but me personally - I love shoveling snow, I have fun doing it, because I shovel in a very unique way. But the sight of a very snowy neighborhood just fills me with satisfaction. There's no way I could live in a place without snow. Thankfully I do now.
Yeah, it snows once a decade in houston, so the city never shuts down for snow. A lot of icy-road wrecks happen since people don't know how to react though, otherwise the snow just makes it like driving in the rain with a cooler visual.
No idea how the SJs take it though, I'll ask my brother when he gets in from college (or more appropriately, i'll forget i posted here and not ask him shit.)
Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"
My ISTJ has a love/hate relationship with snow because:
1. He thinks he's personally obliged to remove all the snow from his space of a fifty foot radius. And to do it perfectly. And every time another flake falls. And he is personally offended by each individual flake which dares to adorn his property.
2. Because it gives him a reason to take out all his multitude of gear to deal with pesky snow - various rakes, shovels of every size and shape and purpose, two different snowblowers, snowpants, jacket, elbow-length gloves, goggles and on and on and on.
These are things he needs to clean and store and maintain all through the rest of the year while he waits for a chance to use it all again so it gives him some purpose in his life during the summer months as well.
Aw. Face it. It gives MEANING to his life.
"No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer