12-48 Inches Of Powder Coming For Northeast Ski Resorts

12-48 Inches Of Powder Coming For Northeast Ski Resorts

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12-48 Inches Of Powder Coming For Northeast Ski Resorts

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Meteorologist Chris Tomer is forecasting potentially three heavy-hitting storms to nail northeastern ski resorts over the next 10 days.

FINALLY!!!!!!!

It’s still early to be 100% confident in what the storms will deliver, but the early signs and signals are promising.

Here are some of Tomer’s forecasted snow totals between 1/18-1/27:

Mt. Washington, NH: 48 inches

Sugarbush, VT: 43 inches

Mad River Glen, VT: 40 inches

Sugarloaf, ME: 40 inches

Mount Snow, VT: 34 inches

Jay Peak, VT: 33 inches

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that these storms actually deliver. It’s been a rough start to the season for the northeast. 1-4 feet of snow will go a long way to improving conditions across the region.

Check out Tomer’s full forecast video below:

Featured Image Credit: Jay Peak/Indy Pass Media Kit

 

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