Meteorologists are closely monitoring yet another cross-country snowstorm on the way. Even though it will take a jog southward over the Rockies, the storm will then trek northward and aim at the Upper Midwest, just as many storms have done so far this winter.

The weather pattern feels like the movie “Groundhog Day” as Mother Nature seems to be exercising from muscle memory, according to forecasters, and that will start, in this case, with the storm rolling into the Pacific Northwest coastline.

“The storm will affect the Northwest with coastal rain and inland snow this weekend, prior to spreading moderate to heavy snow across the central and northern Rockies by early next week,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Brett Anderson said. “The Upper Midwest and northern tier of the

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