Mother Nature just took a huge dump on the East Coast

Mother Nature just took a huge dump on the East Coast

The East Coast is caught in the grip of a large winter storm, which means prime early season powder for the passionate skier base that calls the region home. Many ski areas are reporting one to two feet of fluffy goodness from the storm. To provide a bit of stoke, we’ve rounded up some wintry social media to please your eyeballs. Photo above courtesy of Sunday River

Get ready! Top to bottom on all 3 mountains beginning Saturday! . . . . #smuggslove #skivermont #ridevermont #smuggs #smugglersnotch

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11” in the past 24 hours!! 15” total for this storm!

A post shared by Mount Snow (@mountsnow) on

8 inches of snow in the last 48 hours with more on the way! #beast365 #beastwinter

A post shared by Killington Resort (@killingtonmtn) on

Looking for powder? Here's the current scene along the East Coast. 📷: @jaypeakresort #skiing

A post shared by OpenSnow (@findopensnow) on

Charge those stashes. . . #happyplacefound #sundayriver #boom

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Good stuff out there on Lower Flume!

A post shared by Loon Mountain Resort (@loonpov) on

Hey wait for me! #nofriendsonapowderday #happyhanukkah #pow #sugarbush #mrv

A post shared by Sugarbush Vermont (@sugarbush_vt) on

Oh Mother Nature, how we adore you! We've been skiing in 8-10 inches of pure powder today. Happy snow day! #itsokemotime

A post shared by Okemo Mountain Resort (@okemomtn) on

Our highly-trained, multi-disciplinary operations/meteorologists with the latest snow update…

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