In addition, it is important to remember that an "average" winter is just a calculation. It's rare to have a winter that has an exact amount of snow that matches the average. Usually you will fall on either side of the average...the real question is how far.
With all of that said, here are the average temperatures, snowfall and precipitation (snow with rain) during the winter. This will serve as a guide for the upcoming winter months.
First I'm going to show average highs and lows during the coldest month of the year: January.
Now let's look at snow. This is an annual average because higher elevations and areas farther north can receive snow into April and possibly May.
Lastly, here are maps for total precipitation: rain and snow combined. I'm only including the months during meteorological winter: December, January, February.