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Dumps of the Week 2/26/13

A celebration of the week's best storms.

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Next week, the whole Skiing Mag crew will be in Snowbird, Utah, for the 2013 Ski Test. Behold the single biggest reason we test at the Bird. Powder.…

Next week, the whole Skiing Mag crew will be in Snowbird, Utah, for the 2013 Ski Test. Behold the single biggest reason we test at the Bird. Powder. Here’s what last weekend looked like in Little Cottonwood. Photo: Matt Crawley Athlete: Katie Van Ripper

When the storm cleared and the rope finally dropped on Mineral Basin over the weekend, skiers found a near-perfect canvas to paint on. Photo: Matt…

When the storm cleared and the rope finally dropped on Mineral Basin over the weekend, skiers found a near-perfect canvas to paint on. Photo: Matt Crawley Athlete: Katie Vanripper

Skier Greg Hope gets some at Telluride on Sunday February, 24th. Locals called last week's snow the deepest they'd skied in 10 years. Photo: Kevin…

Skier Greg Hope gets some at Telluride on Sunday February, 24th. Locals called last week’s snow the deepest they’d skied in 10 years. Photo: Kevin Luby

Proof that it's also snowing hard in Canada. Fernie received over two feet last week. Photo: Dave Flemming

Proof that it’s also snowing hard in Canada. Fernie received over two feet last week. Photo: Dave Flemming

The snow has turned back on at Whistler with over 50 centimeters reported in the last week. (That's more than a foot for you imperial folks). Weather…

The snow has turned back on at Whistler with over 50 centimeters reported in the last week. (That’s more than a foot for you imperial folks). Weather reports are calling for another 60 centimeters in the next few days. (That’s two feet.)

Photo: Mitch Winton/Coastphoto.com

When buried in snow, Wolf Creek looks something like this.

When buried in snow, Wolf Creek looks something like this.

All of Colorado saw snow last week.

All of Colorado saw snow last week.

Reports of epic deepness kept coming in from Monarch, Colorado. It snowed over 40 inches last week.

Reports of epic deepness kept coming in from Monarch, Colorado. It snowed over 40 inches last week.

After a solid week of skiing, a sleeper storm hit Alta yesterday dropping eight inches in 12 hours.Skier: Matt BaydalaPhoto: Joe Johnson

After a solid week of skiing, a sleeper storm hit Alta yesterday dropping eight inches in 12 hours.

Skier: Matt Baydala
Photo: Joe Johnson

Another big storm is moving into the Northeast right now. Here's what the morning of 2/28 looked like at Saddleback.Photo: Paul Friedman/Saddleback

Another big storm is moving into the Northeast right now. Here’s what the morning of 2/28 looked like at Saddleback.

Photo: Paul Friedman/Saddleback

The Jay cloud was in full effect last week. The Northern Vermont resort has recieved over three feet in the past seven days.Skier: Ryan DevanePhoto:…

The Jay cloud was in full effect last week. The Northern Vermont resort has recieved over three feet in the past seven days.

Skier: Ryan Devane
Photo: Andrew Lanoue