Here are snow totals from across Vermont

Vermont ski areas received a nice accumulation of powder.

Mad River Glen snow
A view of Mad River Glen in Vermont from 2018. –Globe Archives

Like the rest of New England, Vermont was treated to wintry weather over the weekend in New England’s latest snowstorm. A range of snow totals piled up around the state as skiers enjoyed the impacts from the storm.

Starting Saturday, the snow increased in intensity overnight. Vermont roads quickly became tough to navigate as = accumulation ranged from 6 inches to more than a foot and a half.

Ski areas were the main beneficiary of the new snow. Stratton Mountain recorded 11 inches at 7 a.m., Bolton Valley noted 14 inches at 11 a.m., while Killington claimed 18 inches around 2 p.m.

Around the rest of the state, the storm’s impact ranged, according to the National Weather Service:


Turnbridge: 18 inches (5:23 p.m.)

Sudbury: 18 inches (5:06 p.m.)

Ferrisburg: 17 inches (4:47 p.m.)

Braintree: 16 inches (10 a.m.)

Enosburg Falls: 16 inches (5:15 p.m.)

Newark: 15 inches (6:30 p.m.)

Burke Hollow: 15.4 inches (2 p.m.)

South Burlington: 14.5 (4:17 p.m.)

Middlebury: 14.2 inches (12 p.m.)

Woodstock: 14 inches (8 a.m.)

Montpelier: 13.5 inches (12 p.m.)

Greensboro: 13.2 inches (12:35 p.m.)

West Rutland: 10.8 inches (6:15 a.m.)