Tis the season right? The winter season is in full effect and this is a nice festive way to add a cool snowing effect to your WordPress site. We have compiled 5 free plugins for you that will easily add a falling snow effect to pages on your site. Check them out below.

1. WP Snow Effect


Add nice looking animation effect of falling snow to your WordPress site and enjoy winter.

This WP plugin uses jSnow JQuery plugin (2kb only) and no images.

2. Snow Flurry


Make it snow on your WordPress site this Winter with Snow Flurry. Simple and fully customizable with ability to set snow flake maximum size, how often new flakes are created, add a minimum and maximum flake speed, set the snow flake color, and also set the plugin to disable after a set number of seconds.

3. Snow


Let it snow on your WordPress website using Snow. With awesome customizable options, Snow provides you and your visitors the best pixelated snow experience without slowing down your website. You don’t need any coding knowledge to use this plugin.

Fully customizable

Snow is fully customizable. Change the flake size, color, shadow and a lot more. Dislike the default snowflakes? We got your back. Just upload and use your own snowflake image!

Schedule and watch it happen

Snow features a special option which allows you to easily schedule the snowfall!

Realistic and professional

You don’t want unprofessional scripted snow on your site. No, you want the real deal and you’re looking at it right now.

4. Tribulant Snow Storm


Display falling snow flakes on the front of your WordPress website for a festive presentation.

5. Flurry


Flurry adds a falling snow effect to your WordPress site. It uses the Flurry jQuery plugin to create the effect. See an example.

The Flurry jQuery plugin takes advantage of CSS transforms, CSS transitions and requestAnimationFrame to provide smooth animation for modern browsers. It uses unicode characters as snowflakes, with no dependencies on images or CSS files. Polyfills are automatically provided for requestAnimationFrame and CSS transitions (falling back to setInterval and jQuery’s .animate() feature respectively) for excellent browser compatibility.