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The first day of autumn brought the first snows of the season to several ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains.
Park City remains optimistic about opening the 2000-2001 World Cup schedule on Nov. 16-19 despite a lack of snow.
A series of snowstorms dump big on the Chilean resort over the weekend, for a total of almost nine feet in nine days.
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.
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.
Southern skiers trade machine corn for perfect powder, thanks to a slow-moving winter storm. And, more is on the way...
A strong storm system is moving across the west today bringing snow to the mountains of Washington, Oregon, and California.
Operating hours extended for skiers and riders to enjoy above-average snowfall at Vail Mountain.
With eight inches of new snow in the past 24 hours and over three feet in the past week, Telluride is on track for a record winter.
Squaw Valley USA has received another 12 inches of new snow since Monday morning with a chance of more snow in the forecast through Wednesday.
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