Last Glimpse of Vermont Winter

Take a last look at winter white:

The photo shows ski slopes on part of the Jay Peak ski resort, Friday morning, May 21,2010.

There are still patches of mostly man-made snow left over from the ski season.

It’s the last dregs of winter. Up on Mount Mansfield, there are 11 inches of snow left at the measuring stick near the top of the mountain.

Summer temperatures are due in Vermont from today through at least the middle of next week, so says the National Weather Service in South Burlington.

It will get well into the 80s during the first half of next week. Which means those last patches of snow on the mountain tops will disappear.

Bon voyage and good riddance, until next fall. Snow can be a lot of fun, but I don’t want to think more about it for awhile.

One Response to “Last Glimpse of Vermont Winter”

  1. Jeff Says:

    bye, bye, snow……..hello sun…yeow

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