Fresh Snowfall Measures 20 Inches at Vermont Ski Resort

The storm that was predicted to hit the Northeast has finally arrived, putting an end to all the weather speculation.

Sugarbush Resort in Vermont woke up to the aftermath of a storm cycle that brought over 20 inches of snow. The resort was blanketed in a fresh layer of powder, creating a winter wonderland for skiers and snowboarders.

The weekend storm cycle left us in awe with a remarkable 23 inches of snow.

A delighted commenter shared their experience on Sugarbush’s update, expressing that they had an incredible day on the slopes thanks to the fresh powder. They described it as their best day in years!

The recent refresh was crucial for Sugarbush’s snowpack. The resort expressed its excitement in a mountain operations update, exclaiming, “Remember when you were skiing on rocks last week?! Rocks, begone.”

The weather forecast for tomorrow predicts clear skies and mild temperatures, creating an ideal opportunity to fully enjoy the recent snowfall at Sugarbush.

Jay Peak Resort in Vermont and Killington Resort in Vermont were among the resorts in the region that reaped the benefits of the storm, receiving over two feet of snow each.

As the late season approaches, there couldn’t be a more opportune time to build momentum.

In a heartwarming video, a Washington ski resort is shown helping a boy overcome his fear of chairlifts. The video, which has been widely shared, highlights the compassionate and supportive nature of the ski resort staff. By patiently assisting the young boy and providing him with encouragement, they help him conquer his fear and experience the joy of skiing. This heartwarming story serves as a reminder of the positive impact that small acts of kindness can have on others.

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