Ever heard of Thundersnow? Ya, me neither. The skies opened up last night and dumped snow with some thunder and lighting that lit up the sky! Quite a sight I must say! The mountain was blanketed with 8 to 11 inches of some heavy, high-moisture snow, which made today yet another powder day at Stowe! Although the snow was much heavier then the past few storms, it made for a great day and fresh lines everywhere! The Gondola was on wind hold until about 10:30 which made the other lifts quite busy. Once the Gondi opened, it helped spread people out across the mountain and allowed us to go get some more fresh in the woods towards the Notch. All in all, it was a great Super Bowl Sunday! Over the past week the mountain has received up to 2 1/2 feet of snow with more on the way! If you haven't been up to Stowe recently, I highly suggest you make it up here soon to get some of the best conditions we've seen in quite awhile! Stowe Terrain Report: 2/6/11 | Unofficial Networks

Stowe Terrain Report: 2/6/11

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Ever heard of Thundersnow?  Ya, me neither.  The skies opened up last night and dumped snow with some thunder and lighting that lit up the sky!  Quite a sight I must say!  The mountain was blanketed with 8 to 11 inches of some heavy, high-moisture snow, which made today yet another powder day at Stowe!  Although the snow was much heavier then the past few storms, it made for a great day and fresh lines everywhere!  The Gondola was on wind hold until about 10:30 which made the other lifts quite busy.  Once the Gondi opened, it helped spread people out across the mountain and allowed us to go get some more fresh in the woods towards the Notch.  All in all, it was a great Super Bowl Sunday!  Over the past week the mountain has received up to 2 1/2 feet of snow with more on the way!  If you haven’t been up to Stowe recently, I highly suggest you make it up here soon to get some of the best conditions we’ve seen in quite awhile!

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