Long and drawn out rain storms are on the way, bands of heavy rain will follow. Head north to get the best runs in! Details below.
Short Term Forecast
Good morning everyone, currently we’re experiencing clear skies across New England. Temperatures are going to climb to a more seasonable average today. The northern mountains like Jay Peak and Sunday River won’t crack 40 today for highs. So if you’re able to get out there today, head to one of those locations. The snow won’t be a slush fest like we’ve seen the past week or so.
Friday will be similar to today in terms of the clear skies and temperatures. If you’re not able to head out today, then tomorrow will be just as good. Know that conditions will be poor if you’re heading to anywhere south of the Whites. Most resorts are closing in a few days, so get out there while you still can. The next few days will be decent spring days to head out for your final runs. Saturday is looking to be a clear spring day as well. We’ve forecasted for it to be better than Sunday, and this still looks to be the case as we approach the end of the work week.
Sunday is going to bring a large volume of rain to the slopes. This will be another long and drawn out type of storm that just brings a dreary day to New England. Expect the first drops to hit Vermont very early Sunday morning. This storm is part of a larger system that will bring precipitation to the region for Monday as well. Details on that are below. Temperatures will be well above freezing, and overall just deliver some knock out blows to southern resorts.
Looking ahead to the start of the new work week, Monday looks to bring a band of precipitation following Sunday’s rain. Due to the association of certain fronts with this storm, precipitation has the chance to be heavy at times. Overall though, most resorts will be closing their doors Sunday, which looks to be a good call now with all the rain we’re about to get. Get out there Saturday everyone, avoid the mess that will be Sunday and Monday.
Sadly this is my last forecast for the season, it’s been a honor to give you guys these forecasts this season. I hope you all had some great runs, and even better memories on the slopes. I’ll see you next year everyone. Have some great final runs!
Christopher Hohman, Plymouth State University Undergraduate
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