IN TWEETS: We're all waiting for a white Christmas

THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Kamloops residents woke up to a skiff of snow on Christmas Eve, but for the last two weeks, people across the Okanagan have been enjoying warmer than normal temperatures.

It's been both a blessing and a curse. Not worrying about warming up your car and slipping on the ice is nice, but without snow, it just does not feel like Christmas. Environment Canada is calling for above normal temperatures today and just a chance of flurries tonight throughout much of the region, but with less than a day to go not everyone is sure if it will actually be a white Christmas just yet. 

Some people have taken to social media to share their thoughts on the season and the chances of a white Christmas. Here's a look at what they have had to say.

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