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One of the largest storms of the winter hits the Rockies with 1-3 feet by mid-week, while warm weather melts snow and provides for good spring skiing in the east.
Break out your boards, put the ski rack back on the car, and dust off your hat and gloves: The Northeast has gotten its first major snowfall of the season.
A light snow falls in Crested Butte, CO continuing a Rocky Mountain September marked by snowflakes.
The time and weather is right for snowmaking at Loveland Ski Area in CO, the resort that usually opens first in the country.
Cool temperatures in the Northeast and Great Lakes are expected to continue, with rain and snow also in the forecast.
*Needed snows bless parts of Alberta/B.C.--some rain lower elev.*One of the largest storm of the winter to hit Utah/Rockies with 1-3 ft. by mid-week*Warm eastern weather melting snow-but good spring skiing
Nov. 4: Keystone to open this Friday, Snowmass Saturday; Vail, Aspen move up opening day to Nov. 16.
Fall foliage is late, but Killington's snow is right on time this season.
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