As the sun rose Monday morning, it revealed the first accumulating snow in Vermont this season, but the next event was close on its heels, with another round of snow laid down on the peaks of the Greens today. It was raining and 41 degrees F at the house this morning, but that translated into snow 3,000’ to 4,000’ up. The snow line appeared to be a bit higher with this event, up around 3,000’, and less than an inch of new snow was reported at ~3,700’ on Mt. Mansfield. Although this snowfall wasn’t as substantial as the last one, it was definitely enough to paint the peaks white. The cold season is definitely edging closer though, as the higher elevations of Mt. Mansfield stayed below freezing all day for the first time this season, and even more snow could be on the way tonight.