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Deep-freeze ending with more mountain snow to delight skiers and snowboarders

The extended bitter cold temperatures are finally coming to an end, and more mountain snow – possibly a lot of it – is expected to cover the icy slopes heading into next week. Light snow showers are forecast for the mountains to begin late Friday and into Saturday with a slight bump of the freezing level up to 500 feet, and a better punch of snowfall in the 3- to 6-inch range will arrive by Sunday. The snow level is going to bounce around from 1,500 to 3,000 feet, and then dip to 1,500 feet by Monday. Read full story here.

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