Thanksgiving Feast! First Storm Of The Season Rolls Through Northeast
Skiers and snowboarders are rejoicing as the first major snowstorm of the season rolled through the Northeast delivering a Thanksgiving feast.
UPDATED: Thursday, Nov. 27:
Maine's Sunday River and New Hampshire's Wildcat Mountain were the storm's big winners. Sunday River reported 15" of new snow and Wildcat picked up between 14-16". Mount Snow and Stratton were the big winners in Vermont with 13", while Killington scored a foot of new snow.
Also, with falling temperatures and full snowmaking ponds, all resorts throughout the Northeast will be making snow throughout the holiday weekend, offering expanded terrain into Friday and Saturday.
For the latest conditions, here are some quick links to the northeast state pages to view the new snow totals:
In the meantime, enjoy some photos from around the region on Wednesday afternoon.
Snowfall totals from the National Weather Service show more than a foot is possible for southern Vermont, central New Hampshire and Maine. National Weather Service Image
New Hampshire's Crotched Mountain, which is scheduled to open for the season on December 6th, may see more than a foot of new snow. Crotched Mountain Facebook Image.
Cannon Mountain, which opens for the season Friday, may pick up a foot or more of new snow. Cannon Mountain Facebook Image.
It's dumping at Gore! The New York resort, which re-opens for the season Friday, may see more than six inches of new snow. Gore Mountain Facebook Image.
Vermont's Killington Resort may receive up to 10 inches of new snow, according to the National weather Service. Killington Facebook Image.
New Snow at Wyndham Mountain makes for some outstanding Thanksgiving conditions. Wyndham Mountain Facebook Image.