We received 2 inches of new snow last night and 5 inches in the past 6 days. Today we have the Sterling lift operating with 19 trails open for intermediates and experts. 16 trails have been groomed for today, that’s 44 acres of freshly groomed terrain.
Today’s forecast is sunny skies with a high of 32 degrees. Closing weekend April 14th and 15th we plan to have both the Madonna I Lift and Sterling Lift operating.
We have top to bottom skiing and riding on all 3 mountains with 4 lifts operating. We have 46 trails open with terrain for all ability levels. 39 trails have been groomed for today, that’s 135 acres of freshly groomed terrain. Today’s forecast is calling for partly sunny skies early with a chance of a snow shower in the afternoon and a high of 33 degrees.
Today started off with beautiful sunny skies, which lasted most of the morning. The clouds rolled in early in the afternoon and we went from flurries to snowing hard in a short amount of time. The snowflakes got really big for a while reducing visibility. The photo of Lower Morse Liftline shows the low visibility.
We received an inch of new snow this afternoon and we could see another inch of accumulation tonight.
We have top to bottom skiing and riding on all 3 mountains with 4 lifts operating. We have 42 trails open with terrain for all ability levels. 33 trails will be groomed for tomorrow, that’s 136 acres of freshly groomed terrain.
Tomorrow’s forecast is calling for cloudy skies early then partly sunny skies in the afternoon with a high of 32 degrees.
Long Duration Snowfall with Areas of Difficult Travel through Thursday Morning
Snow of varying intensity will continue today into tonight. Snowfall rates will be locally moderate to heavy across northern New York and northern Vermont. Expect areas of difficult to hazardous travel. Additional snowfall through 8:00 am Thursday will range from 7 to 15 inches across the northern Adirondacks & the northern Green Mountains, and 3 to 7 inches elsewhere including the Champlain Valley
Rockin’ Ron for Hugh. There’s lots of forecasts, prognostications, and Nostradamifications out there, but I’m going with 2 to 3 feet of new snow by Thursday! I got to take epic runs today with my Toronto friends Eire, Erieann, and Marie. The snow was creamy and dreamy and falling steadily. Upper FIS was soft moguls with plenty o’ pow and Playground was carvin-a-licious. Shout out to Rena from Patrol for some advice on ski bindings.
BTW – 8 INCHES OF NEW SNOW IN THE PAST 12 HOURS!!!!!!!!