A low pressure system moving along the coast of New England brought a chance for some accumulating snow to Vermont starting last night, and white could be seen in the peaks this morning. The snow line over here in Vermont seemed to be around 2,500’, with a very sharp elevation cutoff. Accumulations were 3-4” up around 4,000’ on Mt Mansfield, and similar atop Jay Peak. I heard reports of some frozen precipitation up high earlier this season, but this was the first notable accumulation around here. Off to the east over in New Hampshire and Maine, the snow line was much lower, and accumulations were even more substantial. Some accumulations in northern New Hampshire were over a foot.
While in many areas around the state, the leaves have mostly fallen and it’s looking like stick season, there are still a lot of beautiful scenes with fall foliage. We were up in Newport today for a soccer game, and the views of foliage along Lake Memphremagog were beautiful.