The Peaks of Otter are covered in winter white, but that's not the case in the valley below.
While most of Western Virginia is covered in snow, there's barely anything to see in Bedford County.
"I think it sucks!" said Bedford residents Ray and Barbara Turpin with a laugh.
As flakes fell in Roanoke, Lynchburg, and points all around, the grass stayed green in Bedford. People who live there are now green with envy.
"Everyone around me had like six inches of snow and I got nothing," said Bedford resident, Ashley Douglas. "I just wanted to play in it!"
"It's nice to watch it come down and go out to play in it a little bit," said Barbara Turpin. "I was very disappointed when we got up this morning and didn't have any."
Bedford mostly got rain on Thursday, with a tiny bit of snow. There's just enough to cover roof tops and hay bales, but not much else.
"We were kind of bummed!" said April Williams and Ryan Yost of Moneta. "We really wanted some snow and our child really wanted to play."
Williams and Yost were on their way home from Roanoke when the storm hit.
"We stopped at a store and within two minutes it was two or three inches on the ground. We had to put it in four wheel drive to get through Vinton, but once we got to Bedford we took it back out," said Yost, adding that the snow turned to rain when he reached Moneta.
Thursday's weather may have been a big let down for snow lovers, but it comes as a relief for those who prefer less wintry conditions
"I know it's good for the land and I know children were disappointed, but I was happy myself," said Margaret Holland.
Even though there wasn't any snow, kids in Bedford County didn't have school today. Classes were already canceled for a teacher's workday. Since some parts of the county did get snow, the superintendent went ahead and gave teachers the day off, too.