Snapshots of Snow from the Mid-Atlantic Region 1
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By January 26, Snowshoe had received 15 inches of fresh snow in two days.
Snow piles up at Snowshoe’s mountaintop village. By January 26, Snowshoe had received 15 inches of fresh snow in two days. Photo provided by Andrea Smith.

The Canaan Valley region closed out the week with some fresh powder. “It snowed for two days, the schools were closed, the wind was ripping and I was happy!” writes Canaan Realty’s Laura Reed. Photo provided by Laura Reed.

By midweek, Maryland's Wisp Resort had received 6 inches of fresh snow, and added to that total with additional snowmaking.
A four-legged resident at Wisp enjoys the fresh snow. By midweek, Maryland’s Wisp Resort had received 6 inches of fresh snow, and added to that total with additional snowmaking. Photo provided by Lori Epp.

The Pennsylvania resort had been running the snowguns at full force for several nights.
Crowds turned out to Whitetail on Saturday, January 28. The Pennsylvania resort had been running the snowguns at full force for several nights. Photo provided by Whitetail’s web cam.
About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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Reader Comments

Connie Lawn
January 30, 2006
Wonderful photos Scott. I enjoy this section. I am glad the snow returned to Snowshoe after we left. I have had about 6 amazing days of skiing in the region this year; the snowmaking was more than adequate, and the experts managed to outfox Mother Nature.

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