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The eastern United States’ predicted cold and snowy trend is later than expected.

Computer models project mild weather for the eastern United States into the middle of December. The key to a cold, snowy pattern is an evolution of a high-pressure zone in the North Atlantic. A pair of weak storm systems could bring some minor wintry weather to parts of the Northeast. Computer models project a major storm over the central United States next week. The storm could bring near-blizzard conditions to the northern Plains and Upper Midwest. It may also be a catalyst for colder weather in the eastern half of the U.S., as high pressure builds over Alaska.