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Monday, March 19, 2018
20 3/4 Inches Temp's in single digits. Snow settling.

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Killington Snow Report for Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Killington Conditions:
Open Trails: 152
Open Lifts: 13
Groomed Trails: 71
Service Conditions: Packed Powder/Machine Groomed
Average Base Depth: 15" - 24"
24 Hour Snowfall: 0.0"
48 Hour Snowfall: 0.0"
7 Day Snowfall: 39.0"

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Monday, Feb 26, 2018
The weather may go up and down, but Killington still has plenty of snow.
Killington Peak still enveloped in snow

Killington Peak still enveloped in snow

Killington Peak still enveloped in snow

Killington Peak still enveloped in snow

The hallmark of weather in New England is that if you don't like it, wait a minute. That has truly been the case at Killington this winter season.

From early season glory, the brutally cold Christmas and New Years season, a week of mid season epic powder, and 5 freeze-thaw cycles, we have seen it all this winter. But the resort carries on...

Base depths in Killington have been effected by the warm temperatures of the last several weeks. When the temperatures dropped late last week, snow making operations began once again to refresh the mountain for skiers and riders. Mother Nature even cooperated with a couple of inches of snow to make everything white again. And March is right around the corner.

Historically, March is the snowiest month of the year, with an average snowfall at the Resort of 57 inches on Killington Peak. Will we get our normal snowfall this year... realistically there is now way to really know. However, if the weather forecasters have their say, it does look like we are in for an interesting weather pattern shift over the next week with the potential for large coastal storms to develop along the east coast. Exactly the types of storms that make March the snowiest month of the year.

We can only hope! No matter where you may be ---> "Think Snow" <---

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