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SnoCountry SnoCast: Spring Storm(s) To Bring More Heavy Snow

Aspen Snowmass closes this weekend, but not without a huge party. The weather shouldn't disappoint. (Aspen Snowmass/Facebook)

Western U.S. & Canada

It's that time of the year when resorts hold one final bash to cap off the season. Natural "fireworks" will be in the sky and no, we're not talking lightning but rather heavy snow!

Most of the West sees decent snow this week. (Tropical Tidbits)

The first strong spring storm will be ongoing for British Columbia (BC) and the Northwest Thursday, April 12. It will spread through the central Rockies Friday and Saturday providing 7-10" of snow for most spots above 7,000' elevation. That means we love BC's Sun Peaks, Montana's Big Sky, and Utah's Brighton this week! The second spring system will arrive on Sunday in the Northwest, once again spreading through much of the Rockies Monday and Tuesday.

Midwest

The Midwest gets a mention this week because of a huge late-season storm. Thursday and Friday will be snowy for parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan (and Ontario) so for those resorts opening back up this weekend, enjoy!

Impressive snow forecast around the Great Lakes. (Tropicaltidbits)

Eastern U.S. & Canada

Incredible warmth and bitter cold will be separated by only a short distance this week, making for a challenging forecast. If you're looking for snow/cold go farther north. Resorts in/around the Canadian border stand the best chance to stay colder and snowier this week.

Stark temperature difference this weekend! (Pivotal Weather)

That's why this week we love Quebec's Tremblant and New Hampshire's Bretton Woods. Light rain/snow showers will move through the East Thursday, then a heavier mix Friday/Saturday. Snow will change to rain, and vice versa, before finally drying out Tuesday as a cold front passes. The best snow opportunity will be in Quebec and northern New England, take a look.

A mix of rain/snow will make this the heavy type. (Tropical Tidbits)

Lyndon State College senior meteorology students Philomon Geertson and Liam Kelleher contributed to this article.


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