This has to do with geography
Mountains block rain, and generate rain (or snow) as air masses rise to (try to) go over the mountains, and they also create low-rainfall regions on the opposite side called rain shadows. These situations are not absolute; a downwind rain shadow area can receive abundant rain and snow in certain circumstances, such as the upslope conditions in the Rocky Mountain Front around Denver, Colorado.
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