We thought for sure the powder skiing was finished for this year after the April 28th storm. We were wrong. On May 9th 2010–Mother’s Day–it dumped snow at elevation in northern Vermont. Temperatures at 3000 feet were in the low 20s during the storm, and at the top of Mount Washington temperatures were in the teens. This caused the Mother’s Day snow to fall with a lower density than the April 28th snow. In other words, it was happy skiing and riding time.
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