The winter solstice, also known as the fall equinox, is one of the most important astronomical dates on Earth.
Its celestial coordinates are at the equator, but it falls in the Northern Hemisphere, so that is where the snow falls.
The snowfall is about 70 percent of what it is in the Southern Hemisphere.
On the eve of the equinoy, temperatures in Wyoming are forecast to drop to near freezing, with highs around freezing.
There is snow in the mountains, but its melting at a rate of about 3 inches per hour, and winds of up to 75 mph.
Snowfall has been recorded across the Northern Rockies.
In fact, the National Weather Service issued an alert for an area in southern Wyoming on Thursday that is predicted to receive about 7 inches of snow.
“I think the biggest concern is the snow, because we don’t really know how much it’s going to do,” said Matt Waddell, a meteorologist with the Weather Service.
“But the weather system is going to have a huge impact on this area, and the snow is going the way of the dodo.”
Waddell said that the snow will probably start to fall on Friday.
Some snowfall will likely fall on Saturday.
Weather forecasts are expected to indicate a dry spell that will last through the weekend.
This could last until the end of the week.
Widespread snow and ice will fall across parts of the Southwestern United States, including parts of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah.
A blizzard warning is also in effect for parts of southern New England and parts of Pennsylvania.
According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, the storm system is expected to bring some of the worst weather to the Northeast, with heavy rain, strong winds, freezing temperatures, and snow.
“This storm system will bring some very dangerous conditions and could bring flooding to parts of New England,” the center said.
And, there are concerns about possible landslides, with the National Avalanche Information Center noting that it will create a hazard for drivers and pedestrians.
The storm system also is expected the rain is likely to be heavier than usual in some areas.
Many of the states worst areas will be in northern Pennsylvania, which is currently experiencing the worst snowfall in at least a decade.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett said that if you live in the state, the last thing you need is another winter storm.
He said, “There is no need to be stressed out or worried.
It is a blessing that we have this beautiful spring in Pennsylvania, and it will only get better.”
The worst snow has already fallen in the Northeast.
It is the first time in recent memory that the area has had more than 2 inches of precipitation.
Temperatures in New York City, which has had a record of about 30 degrees, are expected near freezing.
And, on Thursday, temperatures were in the mid-20s in parts of Ohio, and below freezing in parts in Michigan.
While a blizzard is not expected, some areas are still getting hammered with ice.
Flooring at the Sheraton Hotel in Chicago, where the New York Giants will be playing on Thursday night, is expected, and some of it is expected and will freeze solid.
But, a couple of inches is a lot for a place like this.
More than 1.6 million people in New England were without power on Thursday.
As of Thursday evening, the snowfall was forecast to reach more than 1 foot in some places.
We will keep you updated as more information becomes available.