NortheastAfter big powder on Friday-Saturday, the next chance of snow slides in Sunday night into Monday at the ski resorts. The track of the inbound storm has wobbled north and south. It looks like a Nor'easter mixed with an Alberta Clipper. Accumulations look to be moderate to heavy, upwards of a foot at some resorts.

Sugarloaf, Sugarbush, Killington, Okemo, Stratton, Jay Peak and Attitash should all do well, likely 6"-13".

Rockies: The best snow in Colorado will fall Friday, Saturday and very early Sunday in the Central and especially Southern Mountains. Telluride, Wolf Creek, Silverton, Purgatory, Crested Butte and Aspen/Snowmass will all do well.  

The best snow in Wyoming, Idaho and Montana will fall Sunday night, Monday and early Tuesday at Big Sky, Sun Valley, Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee.  

Some light to moderate snow will brush Utah's ski areas on Monday.

California: The mild, dry pattern continues until Monday as the jet stream dips further south. But even on Monday, the chance of snow is in Northern California – and it's not a lock. 

Tomer's Take: For the best powder, ski Killington on Friday, Sugarloaf on Saturday, Wolf Creek on Sunday, and Jackson Hole on Monday.