The winter snowpack is still at a critical level, with snow accumulations at most of the states in the Northeast, and in some places in California.
But with a lot of new snow expected to fall, ski season is coming to an end.
Here are some of the most important things to know about the coming ski season:What you need to know before the season begins.
Winter weather in Massachusetts has turned into a very hot, very dry situation.
The state has had temperatures near 100 degrees in the past few days, and some areas have hit the triple digits.
The snowpack in some areas of Massachusetts has been as much as 60 inches (150 centimeters) in some locations.
The state is experiencing some of its worst conditions since the historic El Niño of 2015.
The cold snap is forecast to last for a few more weeks, with the coldest temperatures likely to be around the mid-40s (in Boston) or low-40 (in the Boston area).
In New England, winter is still a little chilly in places.
New England is expected to have some of Massachusetts’ driest winters in decades.
Snowfall is expected in New England in the next couple of days, but snowfall levels will remain low.
The forecast is for a low to mid-20s (or below) amount of snow.
In Massachusetts, the average snowfall is just under 12 inches (30 centimeters).
The cold weather in New Hampshire and Maine is expected over the next few days.
Snow is forecasted to be between 1 and 2 inches (4 to 6 centimeters) at the top of the mountains and down the valleys of the New England mountains.
The lowest snowfall of the season is expected around the New Hampshire border with Vermont.
The cold temperatures will bring snow to parts of the Northeast.
As of now, snow is expected at least through mid-March.
In Maine, snow will be expected on the Northeast Maine coast as early as next week.
In the Northeast Atlantic states, snowfall could fall as early March, but the snow is likely to peak later in the month.
In New Hampshire, snow may fall by early March.
In some areas, snow accumulation is expected up to 10 feet (3 meters) in the mountains.
In Massachusetts, snow can be expected to drop well into the mid to upper 50s (about 65 degrees F) over the coming weeks.
The New England ski season starts in March.
The snowpack will be in critical condition this winter, but in some parts of Massachusetts, there will be snowfall that could last as long as 20 days.
In other parts of New England and Maine, there may be only a few inches of snowfall.