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
Spring skiing conditions are now ideal at many areas, East and West
NEW ENGLAND: BLACK MT., N.H.: Hot sun and high temperatures have brought out the CO on a 7-25 base. Skiing is good.
NORTH CONWAY, N.H.: 2 FG on 12-20 HB. March business so far best in history.
FRANCONIA, N.H.: 2 PO on 2-60. 6 NS would restore trails to top condition.
STOWE, VT.: 3 PO surface with 31-54 base on Mansfield, 27-40 at Spruce Peak. Due to thawing, road conditions are rough.
MAD RIVER GLEN, VT.: Excellent skiing should continue no matter what the weather due to 35-55 HB with PO or GR surfaces.
BIG BROMLEY, VT.: Rain and high temperatures have brought BS and cut HB to 4-15. MT. SNOW, VT.: 36 HB should assure good spring skiing for another three weeks.
NEW YORK: TURIN: CO surface on 20 base. Skiing fair.