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NS=new snow; PO=powder; PP=packed powder; HP=hard-packed snow; HB=hard base; GR=granular; FG=frozen granular; CO=corn snow; BC=breakable crust; UC=unbreakable crust; W=wet; IC=icy condition; BS=bare spots; DC=dangerous condition; CL=trail or slope closed.
NUMERALS REPRESENT INCHES OF SNOW
Far West resorts welcomed a heavy snowstorm early this week. More snow would improve conditions in many Eastern and Midwest areas
NEW ENGLAND: NORTH CONWAY, N.H.: FG surface on 10-15 HB. Total for winter is three feet below norm, but cold weather has held snow and made for a successful season. Ski school attendance record broken twice last week.
JACKSON, N.H.: Black Mt. has 1 PO on 4-15 base, with skiing fair to good.
BIG BROMLEY, VT.: 7-30 FG, with NS needed. Latest rage is spring skiing in Bermuda shorts. Eastern women's championships March 5-6.
PICO PEAK, VT.: 2 PO on 7-30 base, conditions good. Pico has had 93 skiing days to date, an all-time record for the area.
STOWE, VT.: 2 PO on 22-42 FG, fair to good. Weekend waiting lines run 15 minutes and up. Spruce Peak offers easy CO skiing enabling hackers to look like experts.
MT. SNOW, VT.: NS on up to 48 FG, skiing good.