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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Of all the colors that make up this time of year, the one that's missing can stay away or make an appearance, depending on who you ask.
"I'm pleased with it because I do the shoveling," said Bethany Bradd, who was visiting Cathedral Square Park to look at the lights, "My daughter wishes there was snow."
"I'm sad because you can't go sledding. I'm also happy because I don't have to shovel," added Kenden Dilkhush.
"I wish it would start tonight and continue through the holidays," said Bradd.
For those who sing snow's praises, there's an obvious reason there's not a ton of snow on the ground.
"Because we haven't opened our presents yet," said six-year-old Violet Davis.
And the man who delivers those presents has yet to come around.
"When Santa comes," added Violet.