Two voice trumpets sing to the Teletubbies a duet version of a winter nursery rhyme called "The North Wind Doth Blow", and then they watch some children building a snowman. Back in Teletubbyland, Po receives an present, so she puts it on the back side of her scooter and starts to run, but when she arrives at the trees (same trees from the Lion and Bear), her present falls off. However, the present is soon found by Laa-Laa who gives it back to Po. Po is really happy to have her present back. Then she heard a noise coming from her present and decides to open it. Po's present is a little frosty cloud that begins to snow. All the Teletubbies laugh as they play in the snow before the Magic Windmill spins; the Teletubbies say 'Uh-oh!', and the Magic Windmill stops spinning, and it is time for Tubby Bye Bye.
Featuring: The Children of Hunter Mountain
- Dipsy was the missing teletubby.
- Po was the boo shouter.
- After the Windmill stops spinning, a fade effect is not used between the scene of the Windmill and the Voice Trumpet rising. This also occurs in Tropical Fish and in four Lion and Bear episodes: Irish Dancing, Colours- Brown, the US version of Colours (Colors in the US)-Blue and the Chinese versions of Asian Storyteller (The Fox) and Dragonflies.
- This is the one of the two episodes to have two voice trumpets singing a duet. the other being Spiders.
- Laa Laa had the TV Transmission in this episode.