I'd say take into account some other factors before deciding where to go.
Where you live (travel cost)
How expensive the tickets/food/accomodations are
the vertical rise
Anyway, this winter is supposed to be a typical la nina winter, which at least for the NE US means avg. temps and above avg. snowfall. Accuweather.com runs a winter projection as does NOAA, but that's just US stuff for the most part. NOAA especially puts out maps predicting next 1, 3, 6 whatever you want months and gives areas of the US above/below avg. precip, and above/below avg. temp.
However, Weather is notoriously upredictable. A couple years ago I had a vacation booked and we had horrible conditions the few weeks before. Really warm etc. I was bummed. Then, the night before I got there we got dumped on like a foot and a half of powder (pretty good for eastern US, there was already a good base, it just wasn't going to be good snow.) The skiing was good.