Update on 3/16 at 5:30 p.m.: Smugglers' Notch is the last ski resort in the state to announce it will stop operating at end of day on March 17.
Update on 3/15 at 2 p.m.: Bolton Valley Resort will close at 4 p.m. today (Sunday) for an unknown amount of time.
Update on 3/15 at 10:30 a.m.: Middlebury Snow Bowl is closed immediately for the season.
Update on 3/15 at 9:30 a.m.: Suicide Six ski area is closed immediately for the season.
Update on 3/15 at 9 a.m.: Bromley ski area has announced it is closed immediately and indefinitely.
News has been moving quickly.
Very early Sunday morning, Killington and Pico announced they would close their ski resorts starting today — Sunday, March 15, through March 22, and potentially longer.
Mad River Glen also announced today (Sunday) will be the last day of skiing for the season.
Magic Mountain also announced that today (Sunday) will be the last day of its ski season.
These resorts join others in Vermont in announcing they are closing due to concerns about spreading the coronavirus.
All Alterra Mountain Company resorts will stop operations. Stratton and Sugarbush ski resorts in Vermont are closed until further notice.
All of Vail Resorts' North American ski resorts will close from March 15 - 22, and potentially longer. This includes Stowe, Okemo and Mount Snow in Vermont.
Jay Peak and Burke Mountain closed for the season Saturday afternoon.