Where was all this snow in January and February??
It just won't seem to stop, but I mean we're not complaining... So round three of the Nor'easter trifecta came through last night and continues to dump snow here in the Northeast as I write this. This one swung in our favor (unlike the last one), producing greater accumulation than originally anticipated. Upstate snow predicted a general 4"-7" for much of Central and Eastern New York with localized amounts of 6"-10".
I guess we'll just have to wait and see when it's all said and done come Wednesday morning. Get the latest on the storm from the recently redesigned Upstatesnow.com.
Things have been quieting down a bit for the rest of the country, don't worry there's still plenty of riding to be had...
Expect some light snows around the Great Lake region this week, just enough to brush off the car in the morning. The better news is it's suppose to stay cold in the North country so they won't loss anything... There's a chance for some greater snow accumulation later this week for the Central Midwest. As we get later into the week temperatures will be near average with the freeze line running just south of the North country. As always JohnDee.com has the latest.
Out west they're experiencing typical spring like conditions at a majority of elevations. Hero snow off trail, so get out there and enjoy it. Snow expected for Idaho, Wyoming, Montana over the next couple days... nothing of epic proportions, there is a possibility for some greater totals the closer we get to the weekend. Check out Rocky Mountain Sled Conditions for the full scoop.