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Snowbird Resort received a five-foot boost this week as a powerful winter storm left 63 inches of new snow in 60 hours beginning Christmas Day.
Winter storms hit the U.S. in the East Coast, Rockies, and West Coast dumping inches to feet of snow. As the storms persist, people in transit gripe and those on the ski slopes exude glee.
Santa' s official visit isn't until Dec. 25, but in Telluride he has already delivered an early Christmas present.
Another big winter storm is moving across the Southeast, bringing snow, sleet, and ice.
The first winter storm of the season rolled across the west this past weekend, dumping snow on many resorts and transforming them into winter wonderlands. Here's the skinny on who got what.
The Southwest was jolted by a fierce winter storm that coated the mountains of Southern California and Arizona with snow and was blamed for at least five deaths.
Telluride is gearing up for a stellar opening day on Nov. 26
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.
A gigantic winter storm dumped more than 50 inches of snow at Utah's Snowbird Ski Resort in 36 hours.
Storm drops three feet of fresh snow on Mammoth.
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