Chances are good that it is always snowing somewhere in the United States during the winter, even if it's only flurries in any of the many mountain ranges across the land.

Let's be picky for a moment. Meteorological winter in the Northern Hemisphere is December, January, February, the three coldest months of the year. Astronomical winter in the Northern Hemisphere is Dec. 21 or 22 to March 20 or 21 - between the winter solstice and spring equinox, the shortest day of the year and the beginning of spring, when day and night are roughly equal.

Does that seem a little bizarre to anyone else that winter actually begins the very moment that days begin to grow longer again, after a long fall into darkness?

Oh well, that's the way it is.

Back to the question at hand: Where is it snowing in the USA?  We have two suggestions for where to go to find the answer to that one.

First, check the snow reports at OnTheSnow; we put a lot of effort into getting the most up-to-date information every day, and presenting it in a clear and easy-to-use way.

Second, check the National Weather Service for the national weather map and daily forecasts for every place across the country.

Whether it's snowing, clear, or cold, dress right for the weather and go skiing or riding!


Question: Where is it snowing in USA?



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