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Find out what winter has in store for your state this year

And why the forecast involves a lot of waffling.
snowy field sky

We're all dreaming of a white Christmas, but most of us will just be disappointed.

Every year—around October, if we're not especially impatient—we get excited for the forecast. Summer has finally faded (kinda) and there’s a chill in the air (sorta). All we want to know is whether we’ll get a big ol’ snowstorm that forces us to snuggle up inside with endless hot

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