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It is going to be an outstanding week.

After a mixed-bag Monday that included some light natural snow, Ole Ma Nature is going to cooperate    (hopefully) with a really nice winter-weather stretch over the coming days.

The North Carolina mountain resorts were the big winners in the past 24 hours as an inch or so fell over the past 24 hours. Check out the flakes that we spied on the Cataloochee camera yesterday afternoon.

Snowmaking overnight varied by location as several resorts were able to crank up the snow guns, but there were a few resorts that were unable to make snow as conditions didn’t quite get to where they needed to be.

Tonight, however, should see all resorts able to make snow.

The coming week looks outstanding with chances of natural snow and cold. Brad posted his latest forecast overnight and it makes a snow lover giddy.

Today is going to be a really nice day to take advantage of the prime conditions that the light natural snow and heavy snowmaking the past few days have provided.

For the full details on the latest conditions, be sure to hop over to the Snow Reports.

A couple of notables from around the region.

– App Ski Mountain, Bryce Resort and Cataloochee remain open at 100%.

– Ober Gatlinburg is hosting the Tennessee Special Olympics this week, and you can take in the medal races to the right side of Castle Run (or even watch on their web camera).

Ober shared this great video about the event last night on Facebook.

– Massanutten is open for day sessions only on Tuesdays this season – including today.

– Be on the lookout for changing conditions today as mountain ops will be making snow as soon as temperatures allow.

If you hit the slopes today (or anytime for that matter), be sure to send us your photos and videos from the slopes!

That will do it for today – until next time, #ThinkSnow!

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