While Nor’Easter Nemo treated skiers to a much deserved blanket of fresh snow across the Northeast last weekend, the higher elevation snowfall produced by the colder, moist air left in Nemo’s wake earlier this week was the frosting on the cake. By Wednesday morning this week, new accumulations ranging from two to twelve inches, depending on aspect and elevation, had once again transformed our snowpack – producing some of the tastiest conditions of the year.
Looking ahead, seasonable temperatures should help to maintain conditions in the higher elevations, while some daytime highs above the freezing mark today (2/15) and later next week will consolidate the snow at lower elevations. Another chance of snow after the weekend would be well timed with respect to freshening up the snow pack again, too…so PRAY FOR SNOW. (Click on the thumbnail below to enlarge.)
Ski you out there.
-Brian and Emily
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