November Blizzard Snow Totals

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Boulder, CO, Nov. 17--The November blizzard that passed over northern New England left behind up to three feet of snow at some ski areas. Although Vermont ski areas received more snow than neighboring New Hampshire and New York, the winter climate suited the snowmaking teams just fine. Here's a quick look at how things added up at the snow storms end, and how soon until you can make some tracks there.

New York
Whiteface Mountain Ski Center, NY
9 inches
Open Nov. 20

Check out New York Snow Report

Vermont
Ascutney Mountain Resort, VT
Flurries
Open Nov. 20

Bromley, VT
1 inch
Open Nov. 20

Burke Mountain Resort, VT
8 inches
Open Nov. 26

Jay Peak Ski Resort, VT
30-36 inches
Open Nov. 20

Killington Ski Area, VT
14 inches
Open Oct. 25

Mad River Glen, VT
27 inches
Open Dec. 11

Mount Snow, VT
Flurries
Open Nov. 13

Okemo Mountain Resort, VT
8-10 inches
Open Nov. 11

Quechee Ski Area, VT
Flurries
Open Dec. 17

Smugglers' Notch Resort, VT
1-18 inches
Open Nov. 26

Stowe Mountain Resort, VT
28 inches
Open Nov. 18

Stratton Mountain, VT
3 inches
Open Nov. 18

Sugarbush Resort, VT
26 inches
Open Nov. 9

Suicide Six Ski Area, VT
Flurries
Open Dec. 11

Check out the Vermont Snow Report

New Hampshire

Attitash Bear Peak, NH
Flurries
Open Nov. 18

Brentton Woods Ski Area, NH
6 inches
Open Nov. 25

Cannon Mountain, NH
3 inches
Open Nov.26

Loon Mountain, NH
Flurries
Open Nov. 19

Mt. Sunapee Ski Area, NH
Flurries
Open Nov. 19

Waterville Valley Ski Resorts, NH
3 inches
Open Nov. 19

Check out the New Hampshire Snow Report