True. Lots of the white in my home state - though most has fallen on the coast. My town has gotten in the range of 75" over the past three weeks. Further down east, more like 100." But, unlike the typical scenario, it has snowed when temps are in the single digits or even below zero. That is very unusual. And the storms have been accompanied by violent, unrelenting wind. At Sugarloaf today, the summit had temps of -16F with 87mph winds. That was indistinguishable from the summit of Mt. Washington (NH) which has a climate akin to northern Labrador and some of the most extreme winter weather in the world. Gust today were in excess of 100mph. News reported that Saddleback and Sunday River closed today due to the lethal wind/temp factor. It has, by any account, been a very serious winter.
Barring a deluge in April, we should have just an epic spring skiing season reaching well into May. Skiing gem-like corn in 60 degree temps at the Loaf is truly as good as it gets around these parts.