Peru, VT Received a Potential State Record 44.8″ Snowfall in 24-Hours Last Week

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If verified, the snowfall will be the most recorded in Vermont in a 24-hour period. Credit: NBC

The National Weather Service is investigating a snowfall report of 44.8″ in Peru, VT, which, if verified, will become Vermont’s highest 24-hour snowfall on record.

The current record stands at 42″ from 1995 in Jay Peak.

Peru, VT is home to Bromley Mountain ski resort. It looks like conditions there following this storm were once in a lifetime!

The map below shows the current 24-hour snowfall record for each state.

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24-hour snow records for each state. Credit: NWS
Deep at Magic Mountain. Credit: Facebook

A blockbuster winter storm system dumped heavy snow across the Northeast, blanketing areas of Pennsylvania, New York, and New England with over 40-inches of fresh snow on Thursday. Winter Storm Gail, the worst Nor’Easter in a decade, wreaked havoc on traffic networks and power systems and had more than 60-million Americans under a winter weather warning.

24-hour snowfall totals. Credit: NOAA

Stratton, VT. Credit: Resort Facebook
Digging out at Killington. Credit: Facebook
Sunday River, ME. Credit: Facebook
Mountain Creek, NJ. Credit: Facebook
Mad River Glen, VT. Credit: Facebook

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