The second Nor’easter in less than a week has delivered the best conditions of the season to resorts through the northeast with some resorts reporting more than three feet of snow.

Resorts throughout southern Vermont, including Bromley (34 inches), Mount Snow (35”), Stratton Mountain (34”) and Magic Mountain (30”) picked up the lion’s share of snowfall since the storm hit the region on Wednesday evening.

Areas throughout central and northern Vermont also picked up significant snowfall, including Okemo Mountain (24”), Killington Resort and Pico Mountain (18”), Sugarbush (13”) and Jay Peak (13”).

Throughout New Hampshire, resorts, including King Pine (19”), Waterville Valley (17”), Mount Sunapee (16”), Cannon Mountain (15”), Cranmore (15”), Attitash (15”), and Gunstock (15”) rejoicing the late-season bounty.

In Maine, Sugarloaf received 16 inches, while Sunday River picked up 18 inches. In Massachusetts, ski areas received upward of two feet of new snow.