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What a difference a snowstorm makes

What a difference a snowstorm makes

It’s wintertime in Snowshoe! Yesterday, the 3rd of March was bright sunshine and plenty of fun with some special events – including the spectacle of hip-hop DJs and grown men riding tricycles in the middle of the Village Plaza. But today the 4th of March is an awesome snowstorm. We awoke to just a half inch of [...]

Skiing to wrap on March 22nd

Skiing to wrap on March 22nd

Some condo owners received word today that Sunday, March 22 will be the last day for skiing and snowboarding at Snowshoe. If so, that moves the date up a week from the original planned closing date of March 29 and suggests a wet end to a snowy season that began with three feet of snow [...]

44″ superstorm was this weekend in ’93

This past weekend at Snowshoe may have seemed a little wet and warm, but 16 years ago skiers were treated to a whopping 44 inches of powder, according to one source. This was the so-calles “superstorm” that smothered the eastern United States with heavy snowfall, high winds, and blizzard conditions. It was also, a bit [...]

Roanoke TV ‘caster explains all the snow

Roanoke TV ‘caster explains all the snow

A Roanoke television meteorologist explains how Snowshoe has been robbing Virginia of snowfall all season. In the report, Snowshoe’s communications manager, Laura Parquette, appears on camera to say that this has been the biggest October-to-January snowfall in 13 years

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