Are you dreaming of a white Christmas, or just want to look at it from beside a warm fireplace?
Either way you will have to travel a little to get a proper blanketing of snow this December 25th.
Iceland and the Nordic countries are your best bet this year.
Iceland's Hlíðarfjall Akureyri area could see up to 13.5cms of the white stuff today.
Riksgränsen in Sweden will get a modest 2.8cms, with neighbouring Hovden in Norway seeing 2.1cms.
Svarstad in Norway also gets a nice 2.5cms of snow today.
Closer to home, Scotland's Glenshee is looking at 1.6cms of snow this Christmas Day.
Earlier modelling had suggested Donegal and border counties could have seen a small white Christmas of their own.
Latest GFS model wants to bring a White Christmas to Donegal!
Huge uncertainty continues on the models for next week but Northern areas at highest risk of cold weather returning. pic.twitter.com/uaWtZg8u6I
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) December 16, 2022
However this now looks very unlikely.
If it's skiing you're after this festive season, then Austria may be the destination for you.
Obertauern is considered to be one of the snowiest ski resorts in Europe because of its average yearly snowfall.
The area in Salzburg has 100 kilometres of pistes, and guaranteed snow from November until May.
It has the title of Austria's Snowiest Winter Sports Destination, according to the Obertauern Tourist Office.
If something more cosmopolitan suits you, Innsbruck is known as the "capital of the Alps".
It has hosted the Winter Olympics three times and has 13 ski areas and three pools.
It is also peppered with boutiques, museums, restaurants and Christmas markets.
For those looking for more slopes, or all-year skiing, the Stubai Glacier is just 45 minutes away.