COLORADO, United States – The storm of the season has already begun in California, with several feet of snowfall expected at many of the state’s ski resorts. But California isn’t the only ski state in the United States, and the skiers of the Rocky Mountains are eager for their own major snowfall event. Chris Tomer is here to tell us that that storm is near.

Okay, obviously we’re not talking about the same amount of snow as what California is expecting, but skiers and snowboarders of the Rocky Mountains can elate in the fact that a decent chunk of snow is on its way. Between March 1 and March 10, Aspen Snowmass is forecasted to receive up to 31 inches of snowfall, while Vail could get two feet. In the Front Range, Winter Park, Eldora, Breckenridge, and Loveland can expect around 20 inches.

In Utah, the resorts of the Cottonwood Canyons are forecasted to expect up to 36 inches, while Park City is looking closer to 23. Further north, both Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee are sitting over 30 inches, and Brundage, in eastern Idaho, is looking at a healthy 25 inches. Altogether, it’s looking like it could be a nice ten days.

Related: WATCH: A Timelapse Of Denver’s Extremely Indecisive Weather

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