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Some new snow overnight

Some Vermont ski resorts are reporting 1 to 3 inches of new snow fell overnight on the upper portions of their mountains. The weather forecast shows some potential snow showers over the weekend, as well. In the towns and lower elevations, some rain has been falling. Such a weird winter.

This weekend we'll be skiing, and we'll be sure to report what we find.

If you are in the southern Vermont area and want to catch a cool event, Harris Hill in Brattleboro, Vermont, is hosting a big ski jumping weekend. It's the US Ski Jumping finals, the only US FIS competition, and the US collegiate jumping finals—all in one high-flying weekend.


Photo: A skier at Jay Peak ski resort in northern Vermont. Photo from Jay Peak's Facebook page.

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