Any good snow left in New England for skiing?

I haven't been skiing since March 11th and I'm jonesing!! How are conditions in New England. I don't trust the mountain reports. Are conditions decent? Where? What exactly is meant by "spring conditions" anyways?


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Spring conditions, for eastern resorts, generally means loose, snowmaking snow (ice crystals, with a rice, corn-like consistency) and possibly some slush. Because this snow is so loose (because snowmaking snow is different from natural, the little crystals keep getting smaller and smaller and spray around a lot instead of simply melting) conditions get pretty bad, and skiing past noon on a spring day is simply not worth it--you run a high risk of catching an edge and twisting your knee.

I would trust resorts like Whiteface and possibly Sugarloaf-- it depends on how far you are willing to drive. Whiteface is run by a trustworthy staff; they put a lot of effort into grooming every day so that the conditions aren't absolutely terrible. Those early morning runs in the waning days of the season are super sweet!!

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