It's not often that Midwest ski areas are the big winners of the week in terms of snowfall, but this past week they got nailed with some good ol' lake effect snow.

Resorts from Michigan through Pennsylvania and New York had upwards of 20" of new snow, (Peek n' Peak in New York had 36"!) and the skiing looks to be in great shape heading into this weekend. Check out the stellar snowfall totals from this past week for those three states, and some great photos: 

Michigan (New Snow Since 1/19)

Mont Ripley: 24" 

Boyne Mountain: 24" 

Shanty Creek: 22" 

Boyne Highlands: 21" 

Blackjack Ski Resort: 21"

Big Powderhorn Mountain: 21"

Crystal Mountain: 20" 

Timber Ridge: 20"

Indianhead Mountain: 19"

Caberfae Peaks: 18"

Nubs Knob: 15" 

Cannonsburg: 15" 

Treetops Resort: 14"

Swiss Valley: 12" 


Pennsylvania (New Snow Since 1/21)

Seven Springs: 9"

Hidden Valley Resort: 7"

Blue Knob: 7"

 

New York (New Snow Since 1/19)

Peek 'n Peak: 36"

Kissing Bridge: 28"

Holiday Valley: 18"

Holimont: 11"

McCauley Ski Center: 10"

Gore Mountain: 9"