Looks like the east coasters are finally seeing some snow fall at high elevations this Tuesday morning!
Jay Peak just shared photos of flakes falling, and they look absolutely beautiful contrasting with the still-changing leaves.
It’s the first snow we’ve seen fall at a ski resort east of the Mississippi this season, and I’m sure my fellow east coast brethren are getting their skis and boards waxed as we speak.
NOAA is forecasting that the snow showers will most likely turn to rain, but some snow is better than no snow, right? Right…?!
In other east coast news, Killington started firing their snow guns yesterday and you can still see a little bit of their progress on the trail this morning. Still a looooong way to go, but I know those snowmaking fiends up there at Killington take every opportunity they get.
You don’t have the longest season in the east without taking every single chance to make snow that you can! Especially since Killington is playing host to the Women’s World Cup events on November 27th and 28th. They need a little help from mother nature to get those guns blowing.
Here’s to hoping for a great season out east. I’m currently planning a trip out to Smuggler’s Notch, VT for February, and I sure hope it’s a good snow year out there. But, even if it isn’t, I’ll still have a blast sliding and scraping down ice in the beautiful mountains of Vermont. #skitheeast