Winter Storm Electra Pounds The East With As Much As 27" Of Snow

Winter Storm Electra Pounds The East With As Much As 27" Of Snow

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Winter Storm Electra Pounds The East With As Much As 27" Of Snow

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The first major winter storm to hit the east coast arrived this weekend dropping as much as 27″ of snow on parts of New England.  The storm is being dubbed Electra by The Weather Channel.

Electra, the storm’s namesake, was the daughter of King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra in Greek mythology. She was best known for conspiring with her brother Orestes to kill their mother as revenge for the murder of their father. Thanks to psychonalsis, she’s also known as the namesake for the “Electra Complex”, a condition wherein a lady likes her pappa a little too much.

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Image of, Stratton Mountain Resort

Storm Totals as of 9:00AM Sunday

Stratton Mountain, VT: 27″

Jiminy Peak, MA: 24″

Bromley Mountain, VT: 22″

Windham Mountain, NY: 17″

Mount Snow, VT: 17″

Oak Mountain, NY: 17″

Okemo, VT: 16″

Killington, VT: 16″

Mount Sunapee, NH: 15″

Cannon Mountain, NH: 14″

Blue Knob, PA: 13″

Attitash, NH: 12″

Wildcat Mountain, NH: 12″

Waterville Valley, NH: 12″

Nashoba Valley, MA: 12″

Crotched Mountain, NH: 12″

Hunter Mountain, NY: 12″

 

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