During the holidays you have your decorations, the seasonal sales, and even Old St. Nick.
But this year, one major thing is missing, snow.
"It just doesn't feel like the holidays are coming up, and I feel like everyone would be in a better mood if the snow was here," said Gabriella Houser.
It fact, Gabreilla Houser says she recalls a completely different experience a few years back.
"We were supposed to go to Florida, and we got snowed in, because we got so much snow!" she said.
For Bradley Marsh, no snow means no fun.
"We can't go sledding or snowboarding, or anything like that," he said.
Although snow decorations are up for the holidays, it doesn't have the same authentic Christmas spirit.
"There's a song that says "it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas," it doesn't feel like that at all," said Tyler McCarthy.
The missing white stuff might be giving some the holiday blues, but one Central New Yorker says there is a positive side.
"You don't have to be out there traveling every five minutes, making sure the drive way is cleared out," said Darcy Schenk.
But, is longing for snow just a phase for the Holidays? These snow lovers say no way!
There may be little to no snow, but Santa is still listening to Christmas wishes.
And Bradley's request to the big man in the red suit?
"For snow to be on the ground!" he said.