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Nor’easter Buries the East Coast

by Greg Colquitt | February 8, 2018

The East just went big.

New England is finally seeing the light of day after a wicked nor’easter rolled through dropping fat flakes on resorts in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine for the past several days–many reporting over 1 foot of fresh in a single day.  Vermont got the guiding hand of Ullr this round with Killington and Okemo leading the pack, picking up 30″ and 29″, respectively.  When it dumps on the East coast, epic powder days ensue, but as they say in the East, you better get it while it’s good because it’s not going to stick around for long.  You better get on your horse! Here’s who has been getting the most pow in this latest storm:


Okemo Mountain Resort

Snow Report – 12″
5-day Snowfall – 29″


Snow Report – 13″
5-day Snowfall – 30″

New Hampshire


Snow Report – 10″
5-day Snowfall – 15″


Mount Sunapee

Snow Report – 10″
5-day Snowfall – 14″


Waterville Valley Resort

Snow Report – 14″
5-day Snowfall – 24″



Sunday River

Snow Report – 12″
5-day Snowfall – 20″


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