Here I am getting all jazzed for the potential of a midweek storm, and it turns out today was the day to head for the hills.
Here's what Ski Vermont is reporting for overnight accumulations:
Bolton Valley: 8-11 inches
Jay Peak: 6-8 inches
Smugglers' Notch: 8 inches
Stowe: 6-8 inches
Middlebury Snow Bowl: 8-10 inches
Sugarbush: 5-15 inches
As for what tomorrow's event holds, NECN's Matt Noyes had this to say last night on the Weather New England blog:
"Based on latest guidance, which has been consistent over last several days with storm potential, 90%+ chance of greater than 6" Central and Southern New England, 60-70% chance greater than 12" for interior Southern New England. Some mixing with sleet and rain will occur - exact placement of that still uncertain, but likely within Route 495, mostly snow outside of 495."
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