Winter is back on the East Coast of the United States! Winter Storm Goliath is living up to its name and delivering snow from western New York to eastern Maine today. Widespread snowfall is in the forecast with some ski areas expected to receive over two feet of snow by the end of the day on Tuesday.

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Photo: Sunday River, Maine

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Photo: Wildcat, New Hampshire

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Photo: The Weather Channel

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Tremblant: up to 33” expected through Saturday

Jay Peak: up to 16” expected through Saturday

Sugarloaf: up to 16” expected through Saturday

Smugglers’ Notch: up to 13” expected through Saturday

Stowe: up to 11” expected through Saturday

Sunday River: up to 10” expected through Saturday

Attitash-Wildcat: up to 9” expected through Saturday

Waterville Valley: up to 9” expected through Saturday

Whiteface: up to 7” expected through Saturday

Sugarbush: up to 6” expected through Saturday

Gunstock: up to 5” expected through Saturday

Stratton: 3” expected through Saturday

Okemo: 3” expected through Saturday

Mount Snow: 3” expected through Saturday

Killington: 3” expected through Saturday

All snowfall data from our friends at OpenSnow.  Check them out for more detailed forecast data as the storm evolves.

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