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This winter may bring extra snow to some parts of the US and mild temperatures to others — here's the forecast where you live

Business Insider Logo By Hilary Brueck of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 10: <p> Forecasters at the National Weather Service have <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/how-cold-will-it-be-this-winter-snow-la-nina-2017-11?utm_source=msn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=msn-slideshow&utm_campaign=bodyurl"> released their seasonal predictions</a>, and it's looking likely that a La Niña weather pattern will sweep across the country, disrupting temperatures nationwide. </p><p> Many Americans could get a balmier-than-usual winter, with mild temperatures across much of the South and the Northeast. But it may get chillier than folks are used to in a few areas, including the Pacific Northwest and parts of the upper Midwest. The forecast is also suggesting big snow totals in some spots. </p><p> Take a look at how your region will fare.</p>

Forecasters at the National Weather Service have released their seasonal predictions, and it's looking likely that a La Niña weather pattern will sweep across the country, disrupting temperatures nationwide.

Many Americans could get a balmier-than-usual winter, with mild temperatures across much of the South and the Northeast. But it may get chillier than folks are used to in a few areas, including the Pacific Northwest and parts of the upper Midwest. The forecast is also suggesting big snow totals in some spots.

Take a look at how your region will fare.

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