Just days before the start of spring, this week’s nor’easter has helped extend the Northeast region’s ski season by dropping nearly three feet of snow on many ski areas, according to an article on StamfordAdvocate.com.

Vermont areas like Jay Peak saw 35 inches and Mad River Glen with 26 inches. Other Vermont areas like Okemo, Killington, Stratton, Bromley, Mount Snow and Stowe picked up about two feet.

Areas in New Hampshire got an average 18 inches of powder. Over in New York state, the biggest snowfall was at Windham Mountain Resort with 30 inches, Hunter and Whiteface with 26. Just over the border from Danbury, Connecticut, Thunder Ridge checked in with 18 inches.

Read about how this week’s snowstorm helped extend the Northeast’s ski season.