We saw our first "snow" of the season at the airport today in Binghamton. This was video we shot as graupel fell at the office. Graupel (http://amsglossary.allenpress.com/glossary/search?id=graupel1) forms when snowflakes fall and bump into super cooled water droplets. As this happens the snowflake becomes rimed with water and instead of looking like a snowflake anymore, it looks more like a mini-snowball. Graupel is often confused for hail or even sleet. Go here for more pictures from a few winters ago: http://on.fb.me/OVTdFz. — at Greater Binghamton Airport (BGM) / Edwin A Link Field.