The snowless spell in much of California and the South West continued, with the resorts generally operating a large share of their terrain, though by this stage the off piste will be tracked and more varied. This is exacerbated by the unseasonably warm weather, sitting above freezing across the region. This lack of snow is replicated across the central Rockies region, as well as across New England, with the exception of a light dusting in isolated areas.
The exception to this are the resorts closest to the West Seaboard, including Mt Hood and Mt Baker, both of which benefitted from the same Similarly, Alyeska, in Alaska is looking to be in line for up to 50cm of snow by Wednesday.
Although long distance forecasts are liable to change, current predictions show renewed stormy conditions arriving from this coming weekend across Colorado and Utah, freshening up the slopes in time for Christmas.