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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.
Utah resorts are reporting record level snowfalls and more snow is said to be on the way.
The first day of spring brought a powerful snow storm to Colorado and Wyoming on Monday, canceling flights, causing early school dismissals and even stopping ski lifts.
Sharp swings in temperature and rain or snowfall are likely this coming winter, with a threat of heavy lake-effect snows and Nor'easters, according to the NOAA.
Less than three months from the start of the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, there is no snow at Utah ski areas, and the warmest November in the Colorado Rockies since 1979 has forced cancellation of the World Cup downhill.
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