Really, that's all we're asking for.
In an average winter, we're told, Anchorage receives about six feet of snow. Four years ago, we got 12 1/2 feet (officially). The unofficial total at my house, which I measured as carefully as I could, was 13' 9".
Since then, we had an average amount, then only about two feet last year, and this year's shaping up about the same.
We'd love to have a couple of those storms that snow so heavily you can watch the snow depth increasing. The ones where the snow gets so deep, so quickly, that you can't figure out where the road is, and the usual landmarks are completely obscured.
Those are fun. :)