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2.27 Snow Before You Go: Late Weekend Storm System

An abnormally warm and dry late February pattern gives way to a single storm system across the West on Sunday.

An abnormally warm and dry late February pattern gives way to a single storm system across the West on Sunday.

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Weekly snow forecast by On the Snow meteorologist Chris Tomer, sponsored by Oakley:

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An abnormally warm and dry late February pattern gives way to a single storm system across the West. Most intermountain ski areas receive snow between Saturday night and Monday morning. This is a warmer than normal February storm system. A general 6-14 inches at most ski resorts from CA, UT, WY, ID, to CO.

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Tomer's Take for where to find the best snow this week: 

On Friday, ski Whistler/Blackcomb or Banff, on Saturday ski Whistler/Blackcomb, Banff, or Schweitzer, on Sunday ski Jackson Hole, Snowbasin, Alta, or Snowbird.

Bonus: on Monday ski Steamboat, Loveland, Vail, or Snowmass.

Alta is expected to get up to 15 inches of new snow by Monday.  - © Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Alta is expected to get up to 15 inches of new snow by Monday.

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Steamboat is expected to get up to 13 inches of new snow by Monday.  - © Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Steamboat is expected to get up to 13 inches of new snow by Monday.

Copyright: Meteorologist Chris Tomer

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