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Snow Before You Go

Snow Before You Go - ©Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort

Snow Before You Go

What's the weather this week? Meteorologist Chris Tomer has your mountain forecast, including which ski resorts will get the most snow and when the flakes will fly. Read on for where to ski powder this weekend!

Pacific Northwest, BC to Pocket 3-6 Feet: 12.13 Snow B4U Go - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Pacific Northwest, BC to Pocket 3-6 Feet: 12.13 Snow B4U Go

The storm track has shifted back towards the Pacific Northwest and could bring 3-6 feet of snow for some areas.

Fly South, Pac NW for Heavy Snow: 12.6 Snow B4U Go - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Fly South, Pac NW for Heavy Snow: 12.6 Snow B4U Go

Southern third of the country to receive heavy precipitation, plus series of storm systems to hit the Pacific Northwest late in the weekend.

Multiple Storms & 1-3 Feet for Parts of West: 11.29 Snow B4U Go - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Multiple Storms & 1-3 Feet for Parts of West: 11.29 Snow B4U Go

The U.S. weather pattern remains active for the West, including California. There are two to three different storm systems lined up over the next five days.

Feast on 1-3 Feet of Thanksgiving Powder: 11.22 Snow B4U Go - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Feast on 1-3 Feet of Thanksgiving Powder: 11.22 Snow B4U Go

The U.S. weather pattern is moving to a very active jet stream that now favors areas devoid of snow just a week ago, including California and Utah.

Serious Snow in Spots: 11.15 Snow B4U Go - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Serious Snow in Spots: 11.15 Snow B4U Go

The U.S. weather pattern mirrors last week with another large storm system for the Northeast and moderate snow out West.

Winter 18/19 Long-Range Weather Forecast - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Winter 18/19 Long-Range Weather Forecast

Meteorologist Chris Tomer's outlook for the 18/19 ski season predicts a pseudo El Niño. See what that means & where to ski.

Meet OnTheSnow's Mountain Meteorologist - ©Chris Tomer

Meet OnTheSnow's Mountain Meteorologist

Turn to OnTheSnow for weather forecasts and ski reports from one of the industry's most trusted meteorologists.

Heavy Snow to Totally Dry: 11.8 Snow B4U Go - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Heavy Snow to Totally Dry: 11.8 Snow B4U Go

The next five days are a bit of a mix for ski resorts in North America. Meteorologist Chris Tomer reveals where the skiing will be best throughout the weekend.

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