Here’s how much snow New England ski areas got from the nor’easter

One state in particular appears to have received the most snow.

New Englanders woke up on Friday morning following the nor’easter of December 29 to find a varying amount of snow outside. For skiers and snowboarders, this meant more good news in what has already become a much better winter than its predecessor.

Early analysis of the storm’s snowfall total appears to show that it tracked slightly farther to the east than originally expected. This was reflected in the reports coming from New England ski areas. Vermont resorts saw a decent snow total from the storm:

More locally, Wachusett Mountain received a foot of new snow:

In New Hampshire, there was a diverse array of snowfall reports, courtesy of Ski NH. Here who received the most:

  • Black Mountain – 20″
  • Cranmore Mountain Resort – 18″
  • Bretton Woods – up to 17″
  • Cannon Mountain – up to 14″
  • Loon Mountain – 14″
  • Waterville Valley – 14″
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Maine, it appears, got the lion’s share of this particular nor’easter’s snow. Several resorts checked in with over 18 inches of new powder. Sugarloaf, located in Carrabassett Valley, Maine, tweeted a picture showing nearly 22 inches of new snow:

And the state’s other major resort, Sunday River, announced that it has already surpassed the 2015-2016 winter in total snowfall, collecting 20 inches from the recent storm:

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