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5,000-Mile-Long Atmospheric River Could Dump 7-10 Feet in British Columbia & PNW

5,000-Mile-Long Atmospheric River Could Dump 7-10 Feet in British Columbia & PNW

by Open Snow

This article was originally posted on OpenSnow.com by Powderchaser Steve. Lots of buzz is flying around the web on snow totals for the Northwest this week. It’s only October so any news of 7-10 feet of snow is headline news. Most of that… Read More →

Arapahoe Basin To Open For 2017-18 Ski Season THIS Friday, Oct 13

Arapahoe Basin To Open For 2017-18 Ski Season THIS Friday, Oct 13

by RoseAnne Moises

In preparation of opening day, snow guns at several US ski resorts have been hard at work these past few weeks. One resort officially kicks off the Colorado ski season this weekend! See Arapahoe Basin lift tickets. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area… Read More →

The Race To Open Is On: Two Ski Resorts Begin Snowmaking Operations

The Race To Open Is On: Two Ski Resorts Begin Snowmaking Operations

by RoseAnne Moises

Every year in the fall, two resorts in Colorado (Arapahoe Basin and Loveland Ski Area) compete to see who will be the first ski resort to open for the upcoming season. With snow falling in the higher elevations last weekend,… Read More →

A DOZEN Ski Areas In The Alps Already Open After Sensational September Snow

A DOZEN Ski Areas In The Alps Already Open After Sensational September Snow

by Patrick Thorne

The snowy September has continued in Europe’s high Alps with three big snowfalls this month. 10 ski areas have already opened for the 2017-18 ski season and two more (Tignes in France and the Kitzsteinhorn glacier in Austria) will open… Read More →

11 Photos of September Snow That Prove Winter IS Coming

11 Photos of September Snow That Prove Winter IS Coming

by RoseAnne Moises

From light dustings to surprisingly impressive, early-season dumps, several mountains in North America have experienced their first flakes of snow during these first weeks of September. Although there’s still a bit of time until ski resorts officially open, it’s enough to… Read More →

Old Farmer’s Almanac Predicts An All-Around Wet & Snowy Winter For 2017-18

Old Farmer’s Almanac Predicts An All-Around Wet & Snowy Winter For 2017-18

by liftopia

The Old Farmer’s Almanac, North America’s oldest continuously published periodical, just released their long-range weather predictions for winter 2017-18. The forecast, which attempts to predict the amount and placement, is a warm welcome (or should we say “cold”?) compared to… Read More →

PHOTOS: Southern Hemisphere Skiing Is Going Off Right Now

PHOTOS: Southern Hemisphere Skiing Is Going Off Right Now

by RoseAnne Moises

After a couple of July storms, ski areas across the Southern Hemisphere are looking prime right now. Below are a few highlights with current snow depths. (Snow depth totals courtesy of OnTheSnow.com.) 1. Valle Nevado, Chile – 98” Santiago, Chile… Read More →

Score May Powder At These 4 Ski Resorts

Score May Powder At These 4 Ski Resorts

by liftopia

1. Mt. Bachelor The inches keep piling up at Mt Bachelor who’s already gotten 11 inches this week with more to come. After an outstanding season with a cumulative snowfall total of 600 inches this season, Mt. Bachelor plans re-open for… Read More →

6 Ski Areas Where The Season Is STILL Going Strong

6 Ski Areas Where The Season Is STILL Going Strong

by liftopia

Don’t hang up those skis just yet! Despite it being mid-April, winter at these ski resorts isn’t showing any signs of stopping. 1. Mammoth Mountain, CA See Mammoth lift tickets. We’ve officially broken 600″ total season snowfall at Main Lodge… Read More →

Weekend Powder Alert For The Sierra, Colorado, Utah & Tetons!

Weekend Powder Alert For The Sierra, Colorado, Utah & Tetons!

by Open Snow

This post was adapted from multiple stories on OpenSnow.com 1. Colorado By Meteorologist Joel Gratz Most of Friday and Saturday will be dry, then snow will fall on Saturday night and Sunday. This storm will track too far to the… Read More →