A storm will hit the northeast late this week and then it'll be the west's turn to enjoy multiple powder days!
Short Term Forecast
The snow forecast from Friday through Sunday shows to hot spots for powder. The northeast and the Pacific northwest.
Looking ahead into early 2017, the western US and Canada will be much colder than average.
Cold temperatures along with a slow-moving storm should bring heavy snow the central and southern Rockies early next week with a chance for snow in the southeast and mid-Atlantic during the middle of the week.
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