According to farmers almanac the north east will see a good winter this year with great a great ski forcast for the North East and New England
" we do feel that overall Mother Nature is showing no mercy to the east and being a little more forgiving in the west.”
The 2008 Farmers’ Almanac predicts that skiers in eastern New York and New England will enjoy some great conditions "
How does the coming winter look for skiers? The answer to that question depends on location. The famous Farmers’ Almanac long-range weather forecast is calling for a long, cold, snowy winter in areas east of the Mississippi River, with New England and the Upper Mid-Atlantic taking the brunt of Old Man Winter’s fury. While that may be disheartening for some, it’s great news for ski enthusiasts in the Northeast.
Anyone who enjoys the low, rolling mountains of the Northeast knows there is no better skiing east of the Mississippi than in Vermont’s many unspoiled peaks. With heavy snow predicted for much of the season, and average temperatures up to 3 degrees colder than normal, Vermont, and nearby resorts in New Hampshire and Maine, will be the place to be this winter. New York’s Catskill and Adirondack ranges, as well as the Poconos and Laurel Mountains in Pennsylvania,