The 2012-2013 Winter Season is expected to be a busier year, especially in the East where most locations had very little snowfall last year in the heart of the season. Last year was also a mild winter for many areas extending from the northern Plains to the Northeast. A higher use of snow equipment and higher fuel bills compared to last year is expected for the East.
For the East:
Snowfall should average above normal for the lower and central Appalachians extending toward the Hudson Valley and southern New England. We believe that snowfall will average closer to normal for the interior Northeast through northern New England. Here is our snowfall map for 2012-13 season which includes the fall and spring season. A good portion of the snowfall in the Rockies will occur in the fall and more spread out during the winter season.