Editors' Note: OnTheSnow has partnered with South American tour operator PowderQuest to bring you weekly updates from the South American ski season. Updates will appear each Monday and feature images, videos and stories from PowderQuests's guides, clients and local partners.
It was looking bleak down in South America until this past weekend when several feet of snow blanketed the mountains. Storm days turned into long days of waiting, but once the lifts started spinning again it was open season. The guys from PowderQuest sent these spectacular shots and with temperatures in the 90's at our office they have us jonesing for winter.
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Winds will pick up in eastern California, Nevada and Arizona as a storm takes shape over the Rockies at the end of the week.
Another round of snow returning to the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday and Wednesday will be a setback for travelers but a boon to ski resorts nearing the season's end.
The World Meteorological Organization announced on Monday that it is retiring Matthew and Otto from the list of Atlantic hurricane names after their deadly and destructive impacts during the 2016 season.
The unrelenting rounds of severe weather continue to take aim at the south-central United States with more damaging thunderstorms set to strike Tuesday into Wednesday.
Severe thunderstorms will continue to pound parts of the Tennessee Valley through Monday evening.
A dangerous, widespread heat wave will continue across India this week, putting millions of people at risk for heat-related illnesses.
Much of eastern Queensland, Australia is enduring the wrath of Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie as it made landfall around midday Tuesday.
As winter comes to an end, so, too, is the United Kingdom’s lingering vegetable shortage.