In what is shaping up to be a very snowy end of February and beginning of March for the entire country, many East Coast resorts got hit with surprisingly high snow totals last night. The majority of snow fell from Eastern Quebec, through Northern Vermont to Western Maine. The Jay Cloud did it's thing, dropping a whopping 23 inches of new snow on Jay Peak in Northern Vermont, while Mont Sutton in Eastern Quebec got 20 inches of their own. Stowe Mountain Resort squeezed a solid 14 inches out of the storm and Sugarloaf received 7 inches of snow to lead Maine resorts. The coming week is looking great for the East Coast, according to our Where's the Snow this Weekend series. As Winter Storm Q bears down on the West and Midwest, and new snow keeps falling in the East, the next week is looking great for skiing and snowboarding. After scouring Facebook, we've compiled some of our favorite powder photos from resorts in the Eastern United States and Canada:

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Jay Peak put together this video of some skiers and snowboarders who hiked up the mountain last night to get first turns this morning: