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NO APRIL FOOLS---Tons of snow coming across western Canada,northern Rockies, Pacific Northwest, Cascades and Sierras.
Stellar ski conditions return to Colorado, while the Pacific Northwest and parts of B.C., New England and Tahoe should expect to see good snows this week.
Skiing improves in western Canada, while the east coast and Utah and Colorado prepare for storms to hit this weekend.
A major change in the current weather pattern will bring warmer weather to the east and snow to the west.
Thursday, November 7, marks the official opening day for Mammoth Mountain Ski Area for the 2002-03 winter season.
Top-Five Factors Affecting Early-Season Snow Conditions
Where's the best early-season skiing? Where should you book your holiday ski vacation? SKIING has some answers for you.
*Bitter cold-more good snows in eastern U.S.*Strong southern California storm to bring dent in drought across Sierras to Utah*Western Canada still dry/Possible big pattern change toward snowy later in month
The skies above the Oregon's Cascade Mountain's have been exceedingly fruitful from the start of the New Year, dumping close to a foot of new snow every day at local ski areas.
The Hub is a centrally located "one-stop-shop" where visitors can purchase all components of their Banff/Lake Louise winter vacation.
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