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1-4 FEET of Snow for the Western US

1-4 FEET of Snow for the Western US

by Open Snow

This article originally appeared on Opensnow.com by Joel Gratz Summary If you’re looking for the deepest snow this week, head to the western US. California will likely take home the prize for the most snow with 2-4 FEET possible through the week, and… Read More →

Snow in New England – Powder Day Alert!

Snow in New England – Powder Day Alert!

by Open Snow

Summary This article originally appeared on Opensnow.com by Sam Webber and Lauren McCarthy. Low pressure tracking over New England today will cause snow to fall throughout the day, leaving skiers and riders with continuous powder runs. The low departs the… Read More →

Snow Blankets Both East and West Coasts

Snow Blankets Both East and West Coasts

by Open Snow

This article was originally posted on OpenSnow.com by Meteorologist Joel Gratz. Summary Just like earlier in March, both coasts are going to see action this week. Yet another Nor’ Easter will bring snow to New England, and a series of storms will also… Read More →

Powder is Coming for New England

Powder is Coming for New England

by Open Snow

All weather information is from OpenSnow.com  Summary Major storm hitting the region today, and into tomorrow! This will produce immaculate conditions on the slopes for the next few days. This weekend also looks great for the resorts, with the chance of… Read More →

Colorado and Utah Resorts Getting Powder This Weekend

Colorado and Utah Resorts Getting Powder This Weekend

by Open Snow

All weather information is from OpenSnow.com  Colorado On Wednesday night, the steadiest snow fell in the southern mountains (2-10 inches) while most other central and northern mountains received a dusting to an inch. We’ll see a similar pattern on Thursday, with… Read More →

Presidents’ Day Weekend Forecast

Presidents’ Day Weekend Forecast

by Open Snow

All weather information is from OpenSnow.com  Colorado It looks like Saturday and Sunday will be dry, then the next storm will approach on Sunday night and could bring snow through Tuesday. For days, the European model has insisted that this storm… Read More →

Plenty of Powder for New England

Plenty of Powder for New England

by Open Snow

This article was originally posted on OpenSnow.com by Lauren McCarthy. Summary Resorts across New England received several inches of new snow over the past 24 hours (see reported snow totals below). Warmer temperatures this morning will give way to colder temperatures in… Read More →

Saving Skiing: What Can We Do?

Saving Skiing: What Can We Do?

by Jules Older

We know what industries should do to keep snow on winter slopes. Stop burning coal, start using renewable energy. Stop supporting climate-change deniers, start cutting out carbon. Buy Lift Tickets in Advance & Save We know what states and cities… Read More →

Score Thanksgiving Powder At These 7 Ski Resorts

Score Thanksgiving Powder At These 7 Ski Resorts

by Patrick Thorne

There’s nothing better than a great, early start to the ski season. Luckily for us, Thanksgiving weekend is when many US ski resorts open their slopes. Liftopia: Buy Lift Tickets in Advance & Save There have been some spectacular early snowfalls… Read More →

Where To Find Above-Average Snowfall & A Deep Snowpack

Where To Find Above-Average Snowfall & A Deep Snowpack

by Open Snow

This article was originally posted on OpenSnow.com by Meteorologist Joel Gratz. The atmosphere is playing favorites during the early part of the season with consistent snow piling up in the Pacific Northwest and the northern Rockies. The base depth is already 150-250% of… Read More →