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Mid March Snow Revitalizes Ski Areas

Andre Blais Dropping In at Stowe Mountain Resort - Photo by Scott Braaten 3/12/2019
Andre Blais Enters the White Room at Stowe Mountain Resort - Photo by Scott Braaten 3/12/2019
A Wave of Powder at Stowe Mountain Resort - Photo by Scott Braaten 3/12/2019

A significant dump of March snow has skiers and riders calling in sick with the powder flu once again. March has historically been Vermont's snowiest month and it has delivered some significant snowfall. Snow showers have been popping up sporatically across the Green Mountain State since Saturday evening, Mar. 9. Tuesday evening brought more snow to Vermont ski areas. 

Tuesday's snow proved to be what skiers and riders call a "sleeper day," meaning not many people knew how good it really was.

Stowe Mountain Resort received 9 inches in the past 24 hours and 13 inches in the past 48 hours.

Smuggler's Notch Resort received 8 inches in the past 24 hours and 12 inches in the past 48 hours.

Mad River Glen received 2-3 inches in the past 24 hours and 6-9 inches in the past 48 hours.

Bolton Valley received 4 inches in the past 24 hours and 7 inches in the past 48 hours.

Burke Mountain received 4 inches in the past 24 hours and 7 inches in the past 48 hours. 

Bromley Mountain received 1-2 inches in the past 24 hours and 4-7 inches in the past 48 hours 

Pico Mountain received 5 inches in the past 24 hours and 6 inches in the past 48 hours.

Mount Snow received 2 inches in the past 24 hours and 6 inches in the past 48 hours.

Killington Resort received 5 inches in the past 24 hours and 5 inches in the past 48 hours.

Sugarbush Resort received 4 inches in the past 24 hours and 4 inches in the past 48 hours. 

 

To see the full snow report visit the Ski Vermont Conditions page. 

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