Had another great day at Wildcat today. Mostly cloudy, but some sun lower down. Only a couple quick peeks at Mt. Washington summit. But temps stayed in 40s and snow was a little better/faster than yesterday. Pretty good crowd today due to special $8 lift tics, but never a wait on express chair.
Like VA, they are expecting heavy rain tomorrow in most of New England, 2" maybe. May adversely effect our last day of skiing which was planned for Wachusett Mtn, Sunday we head back to DC.
Pinkham Notch parking lot was pretty busy today and Thursday with people heading up towards Tuckerman's Ravine. Denis, believe I know which cirque you are referring to as GoS. Most of the sheltered mountainsides in Mt Wash area still had about 3 feet of natural snowpack. Took Kangamagus Hwy to return to MA this evening. Real pretty and quiet at this time of year. Got a good look at Loon Mtn ski area, which I have never skied.
Wildcat was about 90% open for our visit. Only a few steep rocky trails were closed due to thin cover. Loon looked mostly open too. But some of the other NH areas will probably call it quits after this weekend, despite lots of snowpack. Sounds familiar.