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Update 1/25/2015

We head into a new week with bluebird skies and excellent conditions! Several instate ski hills picked up some nice snow totals out of last weekend’s storm, while others did not. Mount Southington and Powder Ridge got about six inches, while Mohawk and Sundown received just a dusting. Ski Watch reporter, Jen skied Sundown and Southington this weekend and said both were 100% open with good coverage on all trails.
Resorts in Mass, VT and NH didn’t see much from this system, but they’re still enjoying the fruits of last week’s snow fall. Places like Stowe and Smuggler’s Notch got close to two feet!
We see a warming trend through the week, with a chance of rain on Tuesday. But cross your fingers. There may be more snow on the way late week.

Upcoming events:

Retro Day at Mount Southington, CT

Dust of your favorite florescent one-piece for Mount Southington’s Retro Day. There’ll be prizes for the best outfits, and live music in the Alpine Eatery. Get the Details at

Do the Dew at Butternut, MA

The Dew Crew pulls into Butternut this Saturday for the Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge. There will be a ski and snowboard race, prizes, and loads of free samples and giveaways. Register ahead of time at

Burton Mountain Festival at Stratton, VT

This is one of the largest traveling hard goods demo in North America. Check out the latest and greatest Burton boards, boots, and bindings. Win free swag, take a run with the Burton Girls, or even sign up for the Burton Girls Time Out Snowboard Camp! Learn more at

Bluebird skies at Loon on Monday, 1.25.16
photo credit: Loon Mountain Resort

photo credit: Loon Mountain Resort

Gorgeous view from Killington’s Peak Lodge on Monday morning, 1.25.16
photo credit: Killington Mountain Resort

photo credit: Killington Mountain Resort

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