The majority of the western united states will experience average snowfall. The east coast is predicted to have a VERY wet winter whilst central northern US is expected to get shat on by the snow gods.
This is only the prediction of the Farmers Almanac which, by no means, is 100% accurate. Simply predictions, but it's a good place to start to give you a decent understanding and outlook of how the season will be.
Also notice the print date of the article is August 2010...
I remember viewing a CNN report and reading a few articles (back in nov. 2010) stating that the La Nina is probable to turn into some super strong ultra La Nina for the winter of 11/12. let's hope they were right...
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Joel from CPF posted something about this near the end of last season and he did pretty damn well with predictions this season so i trust him...couldnt find the post though, i think i remember it saying something about la nina like weather patterns returning after a strong la nina, like last season, about 50% of the time, for colorado at least
well last year up at crystal mountain/snoqualmie we had a period of a couple weeks were it rained nonstop and pretty much recked the season for a couple of weeks. then of course after that like in march/april we got shitted on
hopefully the monashees get 500cm between jan 19/20 then perfectly clear with no avalanche danger what so ever cause my dad(yes my dad im 16 and dont have 4000 lying around like most people on this site)just booked a trip for us to cat skiing in the monashees on 20-22 and i believe if it has good snow he will book another one next year(sry had to tell someone so excited)