Beautiful looking swatch of moisture rotated back into interior New England and ultimately Vermont Wednesday afternoon bringing heavier precipitation back to Vermont. The light freezing rain and sleet changed back to some snow and this should continue into Wednesday evening as the lower troposphere continues to cool; in fact, we should see less and less sleet/freezing rain and more and more snow as the hours go by.
The decaying surface low pressure center will drift, ever so slowly, toward the Canadian Border tonight into tomorrow. The various conveyors of moisture currently on radar won't be as pronounced allowing select locations to get lucky while others are less than lucky. Still, we should begin seeing some good terrain enhancement tomorrow which should persist through Friday and then taper to flurries or very light snow Saturday. Hopefully opening day ! Additional accumulations beginning now and ending by early in the day Saturday could easily be a foot.
We still have a few above-freezing afternoon's to contend with beginning Sunday and ending Tuesday but the end of next week appears categorically cooler or normal.