Illustration by Noor Golbadi, 9, Leesburg, Virginia. (Illustration by Noor Golbadi, 9, Leesburg, Virginia./Illustration by Noor Golbadi, 9, Leesburg, Virginia.)

It's pretty chilly out. The KidsPost weather forecast has been using words such as windy, cold and even flurries. But we like to show our readers what it's like outside not just tell them. That's where you come in. Think about what winter looks like, and put that image on paper. If your art fits with the daily weather forecast, we'll consider publishing it in the printed KidsPost. Remember, we need art for days that are sunny, cloudy, rainy and windy. And even snowy, or at least we hope so.

Bright colors work best. You can use paints, markers or whatever art supplies you have, but try to avoid leaving a lot of white space on the page. Be sure to include your full name, age (5 to 13) and home town on the back of your artwork. We also need a note from a parent, guardian or teacher giving permission for your drawing to be used.

Pictures should be sent to Kids­Post, The Washington Post, 1301 K Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20071. Or have an adult fill out the form below and upload your artwork.