A four-day snowstorm hit the Northeast over the New Year's weekend, worked its way across the region, and is pulling out of the Gulf of Maine this morning after leaving lots of snow in its wake.

Snowfall ranged from a foot across northern Massachusetts, to 4 feet in Central Maine.

Burlington, Vt., got 33 inches out of the storm, a record for the northern Vermont city.

Saddleback Maine got 48 inches since New Year's Eve, Conrad Klefos reports.

Sugarloaf in Kingfield, Maine, got 29 inches over the four days, Ethan Austin reports.

Sunday River in Bethel, Maine, got 25 inches, Darcy Liberty reports.

Killington in Central Vermont got 24 inches of very light, fluffy snow, Tom Horrocks reports.

At the southern edge of its range, the storm dropped 5 to 10 inches of snow, including 10 inches at Wachusett Mountain Ski Area in Princeton, Mass.

The storm pummeled resorts across Eastern Canada as well. Ken Rourke-Frew reports that Owl's Head in Quebec's Eastern Townships received 23 inches, as did nearby Mont Orford.

"The system has stalled over the region right now and it continues to snow lightly. We're now at 23 inches since the end of last week and we are expecting to pick a couple of inches a day right through the week," Rourke-Frew said.

Le Massif  just east of Quebec City received 10 inches in the last 48 hours, and 10 feet since the season began, Isabelle Vallee reports.

Cannon Mountain in Franconia, N.H., got more than 2 feet of snow in this storm, including 2 inches overnight last night, and a total of 38 inches since the beginning of last week, John DeVivo reports. DeVivo says Cannon has received 80 inches so far this season.

Wildcat Mountain in New Hampshire's Pinkham Notch got 20.5 inches, Tom Prindle reports.

Thom Perkins at Jackson Ski Touring Foundation in Jackson, N.H., reports varying amounts from 8 inches at East Pasture to more than 18 inches at the top of the Wildcat Valley Trail.

"It's somewhat hard to measure exact amounts here due to the wind," Perkins pointed out.

That observation holds true for the entire region, as high winds accompanied the falling snow through most of the storm, but especially as the low pressure system moved northward over Saturday and Sunday.