I'm guessing this is an attempt at trolling, but I'm bored, so I'll play. You don't say where you're from or what your experience is with skiing Northern Vermont, so I'll just give my anecdotal evidence.
I'm not very familiar with Jay Peak, so I'm not sure how accurate their quoted snowfall totals are. However, I've been to Jay several times over the years in late March and early April, and while most places have melted out and are skiing only on their man-made snow trails, Jay was 100% open and skiing the trees. Part of that is undoubtedly related to the fact that they are so far north that they avoid some of the warm-ups, but part of it is because they do get a shitload of snow.
I am pretty familiar with Stowe which is maybe an hour south of Jay. Stowe claims over 300" a year as well. I've been a part of enough powder days at Stowe that it seems like a reasonable total to me. A couple big dumps a season plus a nice refresher of an inch or two here and there two or three times a week and it adds up. Stowe the mountain and Stowe the town don't get anything close to the same weather. I've seen a dusting in town translate to thigh-deep on the mountain.