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Northeast Skiers And Riders Getting Free Snovember Refills

Mount-Snow-Snowvember-Twitter After a power delay, Mount Snow skiers and riders got to play in 19 inches of the white stuff. (Mount Snow/Twitter)

That’s right, it’s only November and the Northeast is having one of the best starts to the season in recent memory. If you haven’t already headed for the hills, get your sick day excuses ready and make your way to your nearest mountain.

The snow isn't stopping yet, either. Check back on SnoCountry's latest snow reports for all the updated totals.

Stratton hit the jackpot with 21

18 inches at Sugarloaf's closing bell today, and it's still snowing.

All was silent on Sunday River today as skis and boards glided through 18” of fresh snow - except for hoots and hollers of skiers and riders experiencing pure bliss. (Sunday River/Facebook)

16 inches of fresh snow at Okemo and ropes will be dropping. (Okemo/Facebook)

Mother Nature added 16” of snow to Killington's already record-breaking early-season snowfall. (Killington/Facebook)

Ropes were dropping left and right at Waterville Valley with 14 inches by the end of the day. (Waterville Valley/Facebook)

14” and still pounding at Wildcat. Time to get your doctor's note ready for a sick day. (Wildcat/Facebook)

Gore's trees and trails happily welcomed 14 inches of snow from Tuesday's storm, making the way for the summit to open mid-morning on Wednesday. (Gore/Facebook)

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