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A man walks his dogs past a puddle as the sun sets at Ocean Beach in San Francisco, Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

The news for skiers and snowboarders -- and snow lovers in general -- was doubly good on Thursday.

First of all, the Cascades received a nice dollop of snow -- as much as 5 inches at Paradise Ranger Station at Mt. Rainier. It made for salivating scenes for winter sports fans like this scenic wonderland at Stevens Pass:

The news for skiers and snowboarders -- and snow lovers in general -- was doubly good on Thursday.

First of all, the Cascades received a nice dollop of snow -- as much as 5 inches at Paradise Ranger Station at Mt. Rainier. It made for salivating scenes for winter sports fans like this scenic wonderland at Stevens Pass:

The news for skiers and snowboarders -- and snow lovers in general -- was doubly good on Thursday.

First of all, the Cascades received a nice dollop of snow -- as much as 5 inches at Paradise Ranger Station at Mt. Rainier. It made for salivating scenes for winter sports fans like this scenic wonderland at Stevens Pass:The news for skiers and snowboarders -- and snow lovers in general -- was doubly good on Thursday.

First of all, the Cascades received a nice dollop of snow -- as much as 5 inches at Paradise Ranger Station at Mt. Rainier. It made for salivating scenes for winter sports fans like this scenic wonderland at Stevens Pass:The news for skiers and snowboarders -- and snow lovers in general -- was doubly good on Thursday.

First of all, the Cascades received a nice dollop of snow -- as much as 5 inches at Paradise Ranger Station at Mt. Rainier. It made for salivating scenes for winter sports fans like this scenic wonderland at Stevens Pass:The news for skiers and snowboarders -- and snow lovers in general -- was doubly good on Thursday.

First of all, the Cascades received a nice dollop of snow -- as much as 5 inches at Paradise Ranger Station at Mt. Rainier. It made for salivating scenes for winter sports fans like this scenic wonderland at Stevens Pass:The news for skiers and snowboarders -- and snow lovers in general -- was doubly good on Thursday.

First of all, the Cascades received a nice dollop of snow -- as much as 5 inches at Paradise Ranger Station at Mt. Rainier. It made for salivating scenes for winter sports fans like this scenic wonderland at Stevens Pass:

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