Nor'Easter Drops 2 FEET On Parts On New England [Snowfall Totals + Photo Tour]

Nor'Easter Drops 2 FEET On Parts On New England [Snowfall Totals + Photo Tour]

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Nor'Easter Drops 2 FEET On Parts On New England [Snowfall Totals + Photo Tour]

Jay Peak in the middle of it all... | Photo Credit: Jay Peak

Jay Peak in the middle of it all… | Photo Credit (+Cover Photo): Jay Peak

The east just saw its strongest nor-easter in nearly two years and skiers and snowboarders couldn’t be more stoked to see over a foot of snow at a majority of ski areas in New England.

Related: Hillbilly Weatherman Covers The Storm Impacting New England

Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine all pulled down significant snowfall totals and currently Sugarloaf won the snowball fight with 30″ in the past 72 hours! New Hampshire’s Wildcat Mountain fell just behind “The Loaf” with approximately 29″ in 72 hours. Jay Peak would ultimately take a respectable third place finish with a 28″ storm total.

*Snowfall totals courtesy of OnTheSnow.com

Snowfall Totals

Maine 

Sugarloaf – 30″ (1st place)

Earning powder turns near "The Loaf" | Photo Credit: Sugarloaf

Earning powder turns near “The Loaf” | Photo Credit: Sugarloaf

Sunday River – 20″

Mt Abram – 20″

Shawnee – 20″

Big Squaw – 18″

Lost Valley – 18″

New Hermon – 10″

New Hampshire

Wildcat Mountain – 29″ (2nd place)

Meow... | Photo Credit: Wildcat Mountain

Meow… | Photo Credit: Wildcat Mountain

Attitash – 20″

Bretton Woods – 18″

Cannon – 15″

Waterville Valley – 15″

Loon – 14″

Cranmore – 14″

Gunstock – 12″

Mount Sunapee – 7″

Vermont

Jay Peak – 28″ (3rd place)

Do you see what happens when you get stuck in the Jay cloud? | Photo Credit: Jay Peak

Do you see what happens when you get stuck in the Jay cloud? | Photo Credit: Jay Peak

Stowe – 15″

Smuggler’s Notch – 11″

Sugarbush – 12″

Stratton – 10″

Mount Snow – 15″

Okemo – 12″

Suicide Six – 11″

Burke Mountain – 11″

Magic Mountain – 10″

Killington – 7″

Mad River Glen – 4″

New York

Peek’n Peak – 10″

Gore – 8.5″

Whiteface – 8″

Plattekill – 6″

Hunter Mountain – 5″

Catamount – 4″

Massachusetts

Wachusett Mountain – 12″

Jiminy Peak – 11″

Nashoba Valley – 0″

 

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