The Latest Snowfall Totals From The Northeast's Mega Dump

The Latest Snowfall Totals From The Northeast's Mega Dump

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The Latest Snowfall Totals From The Northeast's Mega Dump

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After a warm start to their season, the Northeast is currently in the midst of a massive powder day. This means that many rope droppings are likely to come in the next couple of days. For many ski resorts in New England, snow is expected to continue well into Saturday.

Here are the latest snow totals for ski resorts that have received six inches or more of fresh powder. If the totals are not updated during the next couple of days, my apologies, as I’ll probably be busy skiing the pow.

New York:

Whiteface: 26″

Gore: 20″

Titus: 20″

Belleayre: 19″

Hunter: 18

Windham Mountain: 18″

Plattekill: 14-18″

Massachusetts:

Jiminy Peak: 7

Wachusett: 6″

Vermont:

Bromley: 22-28″

Okemo: 27″

Killington & Pico: 25″

Magic Mountain: 25″

Stratton: 24″

Mad River Glen: 23″

Sugarbush: 22″

Mt. Snow: 20″

Saskandena 6: 16″

Jay Peak: 10-15″

Bolton Valley: 12″

Burke: 12″

Smuggs: 12″

Stowe: 12″

Middlebury: 6″

New Hampshire:

Wildcat: 24″+

Waterville: 21-24″+

Loon: 15-21″

Attitash: 18″

Ragged: 18″

Mount Sunapee: 18″

Gunstock: 14-17″

Cranmore: 16″

Bretton Woods: 15″

King Pine: 14″

Cannon: 8-11″

Pats Peak: 10″

Crotched: 9″

Maine: 

Sugarloaf: 32″

Saddleback: 27″

Sunday River: 24″

Image Credits: Bromley Mountain Resort, Ragged Mountain Resort, Sugarloaf Mountain

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