… a bit late for the school break week. I’m sure some touring centers and ski towns wish that storm had come a week earlier. Better late than never though.
Cool and breezy today, but nice weather and fresh snow. Sounds like a bluebird day today! Tomorrow (Sunday) could be gusty in parts, and with snow showers, mainly in the Tug Hill and northern parts of New York and New England.
Minnewaska and Mohonk are both open for skiing, and within a 2+ hour drive from NYC.
Weather looks favorable overall for keeping the snow through the midweek, with a refresh of snow possible on Tuesday or Wednesday.
BETA report as of today that the High Peaks got 10-14″ of new snow. Backcountry skiers rejoice.
Hit up ‘State of the touring centers‘ or in the menu above for reported conditions as of today. Snow depth graphic below:
Saturday temps will be in the low- to mid-30s downstate, teens to mid-20s up north.
Sunday daytime temps pop up to the mid-40s in the NYC metro, mid-20s to low-30s in the far north. Lake effect snow starts early in the morning, with a few inches of snow across the Adirondacks and Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Gusty winds could accompany the snow. Snow showers overspread northern New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire by mid-day. Some snow or wintry mix may be in store for the rest of NY state and New England by evening before fading out overnight.
Monday will be dry. The highs will only get to the upper-20s to low-30s downstate, and in the teens up north, with single digits in the mountains. Winds from the northwest.
Tuesday and Wednesday, downstate temps will get to the mid-40s, upper-20s to low-30s in the north. Chance of snow showers or wintry mixed precipitation on both days, with probability highest in Upstate New York and northern New England. Breezes from the south.
Thursday and Friday we’ll see temperatures in the upper-30s to mid-40s downstate, mid- to upper-20s in the far north, with low-30s in the valley areas in northern regions. Slight chance of precipitation on Thursday. Winds primarily from the west northwest.