The colored dots on the map below show the date by which there's a 50 per cent chance that at least 0.1 inch of snow will have fallen, based on each location's snowfall history from 1981-2010.
According to an article posted by
DailyMail, "Weather.com explains that there are three basic ingredients needed for snow. The air needs to be moist, it needs to be below freezing, and the air needs to rise in order to turn moisture into snowflakes. Being close to large bodies of water can help bring about snow fall. But the places that get the most snow are usually those that consistently get cold, rising air, such as in the northern latitudes.The NOAA map shows how these three ingredients are combining on a regional level."
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