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Big snows may hit the Pacific Northwest and travel to Sun Valley, Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee, while snow is expected to be measured in feet across British Columbia and Alberta in the next 10 days.
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.
Last week we talked about a pattern change toward snowier conditions in the Sierras and Cascades but that parts of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming may miss the bigger snows until this week.
The cache of glamorous homes and posh hotels at Beaver Creek hide a skier's mountain.
Michigan's newest ski area, Mount Bohemia, feels like a 900-foot Jackson Hole.
Northeastern resorts have benefited from a string of cold days and nights while many resorts in the Pacific Northwest and Rockies have postponed openings due to above average temperatures.
These forecasts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (N.O.A.A.) call for a return to near normal temperatures and precipitation after a series of previous record warm winters.
La Nina's back, but she's not the same little girl as last year, so the snow forecast looks to be a little different.
Forecasters call for a return of La Nina weather trends.
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