Jerusalemites may be many things, but they are not experienced snowman builders. The snowfall has given them a chance to hone their skills, though with mixed results.

At the Western Wall, you can stick a black hat on any old lump of snow and it will count for a minyan of 10 men.

Reb Frostovich will be voting Shas, if he doesn't melt first. (photo credit: Flash90)

Reb Frostovich will be voting Shas, if he doesn’t melt first. (photo credit: Flash90)

This center-city snow rabbit proves you don’t need hands to hold a beer. With a cup for a nose, and little else, the bunny is about as clothed, and goofy, as the more traditional kind of snow bunny.

Hurry, you're going to miss the train. (photo credit: Miriam Alster/Flash90)

Hurry, you’re going to miss the train. (photo credit: Miriam Alster/Flash90)

The slightly anorexic looking creation seen below wears a crown of thorns and is either chomping on a massive cigar or has been telling a lot of lies, which is likely how he snagged these three ladies.

Pinocchio or George Burns? (photo credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Pinocchio or George Burns? (photo credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Nothing brings in the customers like a Jabba the Hut snowman.

Jabba in Jerusalem. (photo credit: Courtesy/David Katz)

Jabba in Jerusalem. (photo credit: Courtesy/David Katz)

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