Wild weather

We received 5 inches of new snow in the past 24 hours. We also had some freezing drizzle, sleet, wind, graupel, and fog. If you don’t like the weather in Vermont just wait 5 minutes. Currently it is cloudy and 28 degrees at the summit of Sterling with winds of 15 to 25 mph. Tomorrow’s forecast is calling for cloudy skies early with gradual clearing and a high of 17 degrees. Tomorrow we plan to have top to bottom skiing and riding on all 3 mountains with 7 lifts operating, including the Madonna I Lift. We are 99 percent open with 77 out of 78 trails with terrain for all ability levels. Surface conditions are packed powder and powder with base depths of 16 to 50 inches. 36 trails will be groomed for tomorrow, including Dan’s Ford, Ruthie’s, Snow Snake, Thomke’s, and Log Jam for a grand total of 143 acres of freshly groomed terrain.

A little foggy
Snow creature at the top of the Village Lift. The handy work of Chad Kibbe. The eyes are ski baskets and the nostrils are ski pole handles.
Upper Madonna Liftline
Ready for take off
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Hugh Johnson

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  1. Hey Hugh! Morse Highlands were fantastic today! Tomorrow should be sunny! Let’s keep skiing!

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