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Blurb: A storm dumped snow on the Pacific Northwest over the Halloween weekend and another threatens to drop more in the next couple of days.
Colorado's first substantial snowstorm began last night and promises to stick around through the night, leaving several inches to three feet of snow at several ski areas.
With the help of Mother Nature and the extra incentive of hosting the Chevy Truck Super Series in November, Colorado's Loveland Ski Area turned on the snow guns today and laid down the first runs of the season.
Keeping with its' reputation, "Miracle March" blankets northern Vermont with snow, even in its last few days of the ski season.
Sonja Nef of Switzerland took the first GS run by 1.1 seconds despite the soft snow conditions to win the final women's race of the 2001 World Championships.
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