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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.
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.
A major warming trend is set to hit the Rockies, while great skiing continues in the Cascades, Wyoming, Colorado and Northern Vermont.
Ski conditions are improving coast to coast as big snows hit parts of the west and east. In the next seven days, more snow is likely for parts of Oregon, Washington, Tahoe, Utah and Colorado.
Bitter cold and more snow is in the cards for the eastern U.S., while a strong southern California storm will end the drought that has settled across the Sierras and Utah.
Following an unusually dry January for most western ski areas, Utah resorts finally returned to the deep-powder conditions skiers and snowboards have come to expect from the area's legendary powder factories.
Skiing improves in western Canada, while the east coast and Utah and Colorado prepare for storms to hit this weekend.
More snow is coming to New England where skiing is outstanding. Utah and Colorado may get 5-12" by later in the week while conditions improve in much of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
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.
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