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ROEMER———-A LOOK AT THIS WINTER’S SNOWFALL FOR SKI AREAS SO FAR AND WHY IT HAS BEEN A SUB-PAR
SEASON FOR MOST U.S. SKI AREAS
The biggest snowstorm of the season is coming for parts of the Catskills, Adirondacks, Vermont
with at least 1 foot and in some places possibly 2 feet or more at places like Jay Peak and
maybe Stowe, etc. into Quebec. Some models are further east with the storm, which if
it happens would favor New Hampshire and Maine as well, but the best chance should be
over places like Whiteface Mountain throughout much of N/C Vermont and S. Quebec.
But, until now, see my study below as to why the winter so far, has not been very good
in most areas.
THE AO AND NAO INDEX
Incredibly, all 50 states had some snow on the ground as of about 10 days ago, but that does not mean that
U.S. skiing has been consistently good. In fact, the opposite and an anomaly.
A LOOK AT STORM TRACKS THE LAST 90 DAYS..
WINTER TO DATE SNOWFALL (AS OF FEBRUARY 15TH)
The best consistent snow of winter has been over the SW U.S., consistent with El Nino as well
as western Canada, of course-I.E. Whistler’s historic early start. Also, not shown here, it has
been one of the best ski season in many years for Virginia and the Carolinas, even better than all
of Vermont, the Adirondacks, Maine and New Hampshire. The lowest snowfall has
been over the N. Rockies, Utah, parts of Colorado and of course New England.
MAPS BELOW SUPPLIED BY TONY CROCKER OF WWW.BESTSNOW.NET