The AP reports on snowfall in the Western United States:
Snow Falls in Pacific Northwest - Snow fell across parts of the Pacific Northwest and Upper Mississippi Valley as chilly temperatures settled in Friday.
A cold front brought rain and mountain snow to Northern California as it progressed up the coast.
Portions of the Upper Mississippi Valley saw moderate snowfall ahead of a stationary front, with up to 6 inches more possible Saturday.
However, it seems that for some of the region, the snow seems to be ending. Here is a report from the National Weather Service in Spokane, WA:
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
829 PM PST FRI NOV 25 2005
HEAVY SNOW WARNING IS CANCELLED
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SPOKANE HAS CANCELLED THE HEAVY SNOW WARNING. RADAR AND SATELLITE INDICATE THAT STEADY LIGHT SNOW WILL TAPER OFF AFTER 1000 PM PST. TOTAL ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE LIMITED TO 1 TO 2 INCHES WITH SNOW TAPERING OFF TO ISOLATED SNOW SHOWERS WITH NO FURTHER ACCUMULATIONS OVERNIGHT. THE THREAT OF HEAVY SNOW NO LONGER EXISTS.