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The active weather continues across the Northwest as a new storm moves in this weekend. A very potent upper-level disturbance will drop southward from the Gulf of Alaska, into the Northwest, and eventually into the Southwest US during the start of next week.  It is this disturbance that will bring a widespread snow to the intermountain West, a region that has been experience snowfall deficits so far this winter. On Friday, rain showers will begin to sneak in ahead of the main disturbance into the Washington and Oregon coast while snow falls in portions of the Cascades, mainly in Washington state. A heavy snow is also expected to fall in portions of the northern Rocky Mountains in northern Idaho and western Montana. It’s not until Friday night when the activity will begin to ramp up as our upper-level disturbance takes a southward plunge into the Northwest US. Most of the…