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Early October snow atop Vermont's high peaks

Posted Monday, October 8, 2012
— Fall & early season, Sugarbush, Stratton, Mad River Glen, Killington, Alpine / downhill skiing
October snow at Mad River Glen, Vermont

The National Weather Services is reporting up to 3.5 inches of snow on Vermont's high peaks! They say snow was confined to above 3,000 feet of elevation or so.October snow in Vermont

Photos are coming in from Vermont's ski resorts — some showcasing a mix of colorful fall foliage and fresh snow.

Here are links to a few shots around the Web. 

Anyone else feeling like winter is really just around the corner now?!?!

Photo courtesy of Mad River Glen ski area's Facebook page.



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