The week leading up to April 1

While there’s excellent skiing to be had, it’s getting further and further away from the NYC region. But if you can get out there, this is in some ways the best for skiing- warm, relaxing, and mild, with snow under your skis.

This post is about conditions for Mar 26, 2023, and forecast for the next few days. See jump links to Conditions and Forecast.


Good cover in elevated areas of the north country, despite warm days. For the areas that are willing to keep going, their season could run past April 1.

Hit up ‘State of the touring centers‘ or in the menu above for reported conditions as of today. Snow depth graphic below:

Snow depth northeast US, Mar 26 2023 (NWS) , with ski centers marked
Snow depth northeast US, Mar 26 2023 (NWS) , with ski centers marked


Three systems will be coming through the northeast in the coming week.

Rain begins entering the region Monday afternoon. During the overnight hours, a changeover to snow will occur in western NY and the north country. with some wintry mix from Albany through southern Vermont Elevated areas could see heavier snowfall. No great accumulation expected by the end of day Tuesday.

A second short system will come through on Wednesday, brining rain for downstate and light snow in the northern areas.

Yet another system looks to come through on Friday, but this will be almost all rain for the region from Friday evening into Saturday. Of course, plenty of time for the forecast to change.


Daytime tempsMonday 3/27Tuesday 3/28Wednesday 3/29Thursday 3/30Friday 3/31Saturday 4/1
Northern NY, VT, NHUpper-30s to mid-40s30s to lov-40sUpper-30s to mid-40sMid-20s to mid-30sMid-30s to mid-40sUpper-30s to upper-40s
NYC metro and coastal New England50sUpper-40s to low-50sUpper-40s to mid-50s40s50s60s