If you know how tall a moose stands, you will immediately understand how deep the snow is in select places in the northeast as a parade of storms has left the region with primo conditions just in time to celebrate President’s Day weekend on the slopes. Can you say Febuburied?
Here is a sampling of some of the snow totals out east from Snocountry.com:
Sunday River: (in last nine days): 71 inches
Cannon Mountain, New Hampsire: 55 inches
Jay Peak, Vermont: 53 inches
Sugarloaf, Maine: 47 inches
Stowe, Vermont: 42 inches
Check out this before and after shot from Sugar Loaf:
Follow Lincoln’s example and get out there and shred!