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There's no El Niño or La Niña on the way, so we asked four weather experts what to expect this winter.
How to track-and bag-the big storms.
Forecasts are increasingly accurate. But should you take Friday off to ski?
Major winter storm pounds the Sierra and buries Heavenly under a foot and a half of snow.
If Willard Scott can do it, so can you.
The latest in a series of potent storms brought more heavy snow and high wind to the Sierra Nevada and the Lake Tahoe area, shutting down schools, highways and even ski resorts.
La Nina was not kind to ski areas in New Mexico, which experienced fickle weather and a big drop in skier visits.
For the second time this week a major winter storm has slammed into Killington Resort with 10 inches of new snow reported at the K-1 Lodge at 4 p.m.
Dec. 3: Snow and high wind shut down schools, highways and even ski resorts, but those resorts are now set for the Christmas season. Up to 42 inches of snow fell.
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