Pacific Northwest: This is where the best action will occur between Thanksgiving and this weekend.  Major snow accumulations at Whistler/Blackcomb.  Moderate snow accumulations at Banff, Rainier, and the higher Cascades.  2-3 different storm systems are lined-up between Wednesday and Sunday.  The heaviest accumulation occurs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
 
Montana, Idaho, Wyoming: 1-2 storm systems possible between Wednesday and Sunday.  The best new snow occurs Wednesday into Thanksgiving morning.  But, i'm only forecasting minor snow accumulations at Jackson Hole, Grand Targhee, Sun Valley, Big Sky, Whitefish, and Schweitzer.  If a second storm materializes it would be Sunday-Monday.
 

Utah, Colorado: One minor storm system moves through between Wednesday night and Thursday night.  Minor snow accumulation at Alta, Snowbird, Park City, Steamboat, Loveland, Vail, and Aspen/Snowmass.  It's possible this storm system stalls over the Southern Mountains of Colorado into Friday morning.  If so, then additional snow accumulations at Wolf Creek, Telluride, and Silverton.  A second storm is possible by late Monday.
 
 
California: Unfortunately, I only see one storm system in the next five days.  And, it's minor only brushing Central and Northern California between Wednesday and Thursday.  Light accumulations in Tahoe and north.
 
New Mexico: There's one possible cut-off type storm system between Friday and Saturday.  It's not a lock.  Light to moderate snow accumulations if it materializes.  
 
Northeast: One large storm system will move through between Wednesday and Thursday.  But, it's still warm.  Precipitation starts as snow at the ski areas but then turns to rain.  Light accumulations at Stowe, Killington, Jay Peak, and Sugarloaf. 
 
Tomer's Take: For the best new snow ski Whistler/Blackcomb, the High Cascades, Banff or Jackson Hole on Thanksgiving and Friday, Wolf Creek or Telluride on Saturday, and Banff or Whistler/Blackcomb or the High Cascades on Sunday.