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Blizzard Pounds Northeast

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The powerful snowstorm that plowed through the Northeast and piled more than three feet of snow in some places over the weekend had lost some of its strength Monday, though its effects lingered and hundreds of school districts announced they would be closed.

Winter Makes a Stand in the Rockies

Travel

A snowstorm dropped more than a foot of new powder in parts of the region, Thursday, and more flurries are in the forecast.

Breckenridge Opens in Whiteout

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Breckenridge opened Friday with lots of fresh snow on the slopes and a few Halloween ghouls waiting at the mountain's base.

Snowstorm Marches into New England

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Over the weekend a snowstorm blew through Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire revitalizing the slopes with up to a foot of new snow.

Relax, It's Gstaad

Travel

Although internationally known for chic night spots with the clientele to match and an enormous amount of skiable terrain, the Gstaad Saanenland region also offers a relaxing Swiss ski experience that's more accessible and affordable than you think.

Sunshine Village to Open with New Snow

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A recent storm has dumped three feet of snow on Sunshine Village, Canada, allowing for their earliest opening in 15 years.

New England Powder Shots

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New England's most recent storm has Eastern resorts competing with their western counterparts as far as base depths go. All the snow comes just in time for spring breaks and will certainly prolong the spring ski season.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report - Feb. 17, 2003

News

CHANGE IN WEATHER PATTERN RIGHT ON TRACK---**Big snows hit parts of the west and east
**1 to 3 feet of snow likely Oregon, Washington to Tahoe, Utah and Colorado next 7 days
**Ski conditions improving coast to coast

Snowstorm Hits the Northeast

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A developing storm moving from West Virginia through New York, Maine, and Quebec yesterday and today blew rain and up to seven inches of snow in some parts.

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