This was a season of few complaints and many smiles as the cold air was consistent, which is all you can ask for in New England during the winter. Snowfall was a bit below average for most mountains with end-of-season totals around 90 percent of normal, but this wasn’t a big deal as the cold temperatures and lack of warm-ups and rainstorms helped keep the slopes in great condition. 

I’m not going to rule out additional snow for the higher elevations of northern New England through the end of April, but I don’t see any consistent periods of cold air that will settle over the region. In short, it looks like spring is here to stay.