There will be two big storms to talk about on February 12-13.
The northeast is going to get hammered, with 2 feet of snow possible in northeast New England (New Hampshire, Maine).
Also during this time, a slow-moving storm over the southwest should bring heavy snow to New Mexico with powder days on Monday and Tuesday morning.
Then the west will catch a break for a few days this week while the northeast stay cools with snow showers.
After that, a stormy pattern will set up over the western US with multiple storms between February 16-22.
Below is the total snowfall map for the next 10 days, through February 22.
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From February 22 through the end of the month, the western US and Canada will stay cool and stormy (see map below), and I expect many more powder days. The storm cycle at the end of February could push Mammoth Mountain (southern California) over 500 inches for the season, which is a remarkable number considering that we still have March and April to go!
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