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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.
Anticipation of the rapidly approaching ski season mounts as more snow falls in Colorado's high country.
Gov. Bill Richardson declared a state of emergency as a winter storm pummeled the state, leaving roads virtually impassable, closing schools and blanketing one town with 13 inches of snow.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts that La Nina will be responsible for a nasty winter in some areas of the United States.
Santa' s official visit isn't until Dec. 25, but in Telluride he has already delivered an early Christmas present.
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