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Winter Makes a Stand in the Rockies

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The Senior Men were making good use of the course, taking air wherever they could.  

Big Mountain, MT, Mar. 30-More big snow in Montana. A two-day snowstorm left much of the state white Thursday. The Big Mountain got seven inches last night and 17 inches total.

“The new snow is fluffy, light powder, and North face has mid-winter conditions, with almost 10 feet at the summit,” said Brian Schott. “This sets us up for great spring skiing, with all kinds of conditions on the mountain, from powder to corn snow.”

More than a foot fell at both Big Sky Resort and also at Discovery ski area. Several other ski areas in Montana and Idaho got upwards of eight inches.

Snow also fell further south, bringing anywhere from a dusting to a foot of fresh to parts of Colorado and Utah. These flurries are expected to continue through Friday, setting resorts up for great conditions this weekend.

Colorado Snow Report

Idaho Snow Report

Montana Snow Report

Utah Snow Report

Wyoming Snow Report