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Roemer's Weekly Weather Report


A major change in the current weather pattern will bring warmer weather to the east and snow to the west.

24 Hours of Aspen: 2 Days and Counting


With two days left to go until the start of the 24 hours of Aspen ski race, the most grueling endurance ski race in history, the athletes are now up in Aspen squeezing in any last minute on-and off-snow training.

Killington Set to Open, Make History


For the first time in Killington's history, the resort will open for the season with top-to-bttom skiing. Once again, it will be one of the first areas to open in the East when they fire up the lifts on Friday, Oct. 25.

25 Top Spots: #16 Big Mountain, MT


Big, now bigger. Steady expansion over the past six seasons has grown this Montana resort to 3,000 acres, an amazing amount of terrain given the small local population.

25 Top Spots: #10 Fernie, B.C.


Fernie is no longer a hidden little playground for in-the-know powder hounds-not with a new owner and an expansion that doubled terrain to 2,500 acres just four years ago.

2003 Number 24 Resort in North America: Squaw Valley, Calif.


It stretches over six peaks and covers 4,000 acres of terrain. It boasts 33 lifts, including a cable car and a Funitel. It features a high-alpine "village," replete with restaurants, bars, a bungee tower, a pool and an ice rink.

2003 Number 11 Resort in the East: Holiday Valley, N.Y


When the Weather Channel makes its annual stakeout of western New York to tell the country lake-effect tales of woe, skiers at the east end of Lake Erie grin in anticipation. They know one of those prodigious snow bands is likely to lash Holiday Valley, perhaps the best ski area between the Adirondacks and the Rockies.

Telluride Receives First Snow of the Season


High peaks and upper runs of Telluride ski area are blanketed in snow as winter-like conditions blow through the San Juan Mountain range.

Après-Ski Spectrum


How to control your apres-ski indulgences.

Ski East: The Weather Watchers


Perched precariously atop New Hampshire's rugged Mount Washington, a dedicated band of scientists lives in the eye of the "world's worst weather."

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