Here are snow totals from 20 New England ski areas

The latest storm added up to a foot of new snow in some places.

Mad River Glen
A view from Mad River Glen's single chair. –Mad River Glen

New Englanders who enjoy snow sports were happy to see the latest winter storm roll in, as the region’s ski areas totaled some fresh powder.

The Boston area received just 2.4 inches of snow before the precipitation changed to freezing rain. In the mountains to the north, however, the storm remained snow throughout. This has been a pattern in the 2018-2019 winter so far: Snowfall totals at ski areas like Stowe (218 inches) and Jay Peak (288 inches) have outpaced Boston’s 4.7 inches to an even greater extent than normal.

Around noon Wednesday, Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine was still seeing snowfall on top of 14 inches of accumulation:


Loon Mountain in New Hampshire registered 9 inches at the summit prior to opening:

And Vermont’s Mad River Glen reported up to 8 inches of snow at 6 a.m. as the storm continued to move through the area:

Here are a few other ski area snowfall totals from around New England:

Bolton Valley, Vermont: 12 inches

Sugarbush, Vermont: 12 inches

Sunday River, Maine: 12 inches

Wildcat, New Hampshire: 11 inches

Jay Peak, Vermont: 8-10 inches

Attitash, New Hampshire: 8 inches

Mount Snow, Vermont: 8 inches

Waterville Valley, New Hampshire: 8 inches

Cannon Mountain, New Hampshire: 6-8 inches

Okemo, Vermont: 6-8 inches

Mount Sunapee, New Hampshire: 6-8 inches

Stowe, Vermont: 7 inches

Killington, Vermont: 7 inches

Stratton, Vermont: 6 inches

Bretton Woods, New Hampshire: 5 inches

Wachusett Mountain, Massachusetts: 5 inches