Ski resorts are kicking into high gear just in time for the President's Day weekend! Here is a look at Vermont ski resorts, comparing the before and after from the nor'easter and a couple of other smaller systems.
|Resort||24hr snow (2/13)||7-day snow(2/13)||Trails open||(+/-) trails since nor'easter|
|Mad River Glen||1"||11-13"||40/45||(previously closed)|
Of note, according to the Wednesday morning update from SnoCountry, Pico, Magic, and Quechee ski areas were closed and scheduled to reopen either Thursday 2/14 or Friday 2/15.
Now I can't forget about my New York and New Hampshire resorts! Here is some love New York
and New Hampshire
These links show you the latest conditions for today. In short, NY&NH resorts saw similar results as VT area ski resorts. In Vermont the average snow since the nor'easter was 18" along with an average amount of 18 new trails opening since Thursday, February 7 (just about a week prior).
Well the outlook is promising for the President's Day weekend. Temperatures will be favorable for any snow-making intentions. Also another 1-3" of snow is expected Friday, February 15. There may be a few fresh additional inches during the weekend across our northern resorts Saturday and Sunday, though southern areas will remain drier. It will be a cold one, so dress up! Remember you can get our full forecast here: http://www.fox44abc22yourvoice.com/weather
including our 7-day mountain outlook. To sum it up, temperatures will be falling Saturday through the 20s and 10s, then only remain in the upper single digits Sunday with wind chills well below zero in spots. Have fun, stay safe, and send any pictures of skiing/snowboarding to email@example.com
-Meteorologist Steve Glazier