Yeah you can - the `white` in snows is genetic so has a tendency to come through regardless, whereas the tangerine is LB - polygenic - so some young will be influenced by it from the parent displaying it. The problem being though, that the paleness off the snow, is often `muddied` by the influence of the yellow/orange; so the problem is actually getting a vibrant white OR orange - they cancel each other out most of the time (which is actually a good, desired trait in a morph like the Creamsicles)!!!. Mack `Raptors` have a lovely tendency to come in either white/pale with tang flashes, or the opposite being tangerine with white/silver flashes. There are lots of beautiful Mack Albinos - inc some Snowglows - around that visually have indications they`re snows being pale and/or white, yet the Albino part of it often brings through some orange or yellow areas brings. Not too sure about the CT but though - I`ve seen and have a few Snow Albinos that have slight `yellow` carrot tails as the orange is diluted; so the vivid, intense tang would be hard to bring through without turning it to yellow. Possible though
Then there are always the ones posted in the link above haha!