NOAA just annouced that they’re forecasting 7-10″ of snow on the highest peaks of the Northeast this weekend.
- Snow levels will be around 1,500′.
- Above 2,500′, expect 4″ of snow.
- On the highest peaks (Whiteface, Mt Marcy, Mt Mansfield, Jay Peak), expect 7-10″ of snow.
This might be just what the doctored ordered to get more ski resorts open in VT, NH, NY, and ME very very soon…
“Most of us will have a cold rain develop during the day Thursday and last into Friday, though a brief period of snow at the start is expected at elevations between 500 feet to 1500 feet before before turning to rain. The higher elevations will not have the transition to snow. The amount of snow will greatly vary with elevation. In general, above 1500 ft elevation is where the snow will accumulate to perhaps an inch. Above 2500 ft, the amounts will be at least 4″. On the tops of the highest peaks (Whiteface, Mt Marcy, Mt Mansfield, Jay Peak) we are expecting 7 to 10 inches.” – NOAA Burlington, VT today