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Ski conditions are improving coast to coast as big snows hit parts of the west and east. In the next seven days, more snow is likely for parts of Oregon, Washington, Tahoe, Utah and Colorado.
A spring storm-pattern reached from the Rocky Mountains to the Appalachians battering the land with snow, hail, rain, and twisters.
A winter storm moved through the southern Appalachian Mountains Sunday dropping freezing rain, hail, and up to eight inches of snow on Georgia, Louisiana, and the Carolinas.
Heavy snow, sleet, and rain accompanied by destructive thunderstorms and tornadoes slammed into the U.S. on both coasts Monday leaving behind ruin for some, pristine snow for others.
The Southwest was jolted by a fierce winter storm that coated the mountains of Southern California and Arizona with snow and was blamed for at least five deaths.
CHANGE IN WEATHER PATTERN RIGHT ON TRACK---**Big snows hit parts of the west and east**1 to 3 feet of snow likely Oregon, Washington to Tahoe, Utah and Colorado next 7 days**Ski conditions improving coast to coast
These forecasts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (N.O.A.A.) call for a return to near normal temperatures and precipitation after a series of previous record warm winters.
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