How the Mountains of New England Make Snow

8th August 2016 | Joel Gratz

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The climate of New England is an interesting mix of continental storms and maritime storms. When systems come from the west, they bring some moisture and cold air, which creates respectable totals of light, fluffy snow.

The climate of New England is an interesting mix of continental storms and maritime storms. When systems come from the west, they bring some moisture and cold air, which creates respectable totals of light, fluffy snow.

The climate of New England is an interesting mix of continental storms and maritime storms. When systems come from the west, they bring some moisture and cold air, which creates respectable totals of light, fluffy snow.
The mountain ranges of New England are spread out across hundreds of miles. This usually means that at least one area is in a good position for whatever type of storm moves into the region.

The mountain ranges of New England are spread out across hundreds of miles. This usually means that at least one area is in a good position for whatever type of storm moves into the region.

The mountain ranges of New England are spread out across hundreds of miles. This usually means that at least one area is in a good position for whatever type of storm moves into the region.