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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.
A spring snowstorm took the Northeast by surprise Sunday, knocking out power to thousands of homesand dropping the white stuff as far south as Washington, D.C.
Nine inches of snow has fallen at The Canyons Resort (Utah) in the past 24 hours and nearly 3 feet in the past four days, bringing the mid-mountain snow depth to over 100 inches.
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.
La Nina was not kind to ski areas in New Mexico, which experienced fickle weather and a big drop in skier visits.
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