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Surprise snowfall in northern Vermont mountains

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010
— Bolton Valley, Jay Peak, Stowe, Mt. Mansfield, Smugglers' Notch, Mad River Glen, Alpine / downhill skiing, Sugarbush
New snow in northern Vermont, including Jay Peak

Well surprise, surprise! Northern Vermont ski resorts are reporting up to 12 inches of snow has fallen on their slopes in the last 24 hours. Yippee!New snow in northern Vermont

We knew there was going to be light snow this week, but this is much more than expected.

Thank you, Mother Nature, for exceeding our expectations on this one!

<link internal-link>Check out Vermont ski resort conditions here.

Photo courtesy of Jay Peak Resort.

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