The first snow of the season fell across parts of the northeastern United States this weekend, bringing a true taste of winter for people from Maine through West Virginia.
This weekend storm brought some early season snow to ski resorts across New England, although it was far than enough for the resorts to open.
"The valleys of Vermont and New Hampshire only saw a slushy inch or two of snow, but mountainous locations received much more snow," AccuWeather Meteorologist David Samuhel Said.
Some of the highest snow accumulations were measured in the Green Mountains of Vermont with Bolton, Vermont measuring 9 inches of snow.
Some snow was also seen farther south along the spine of the Appalachian Mountains, falling over the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. However, snow in these areas was mainly seen over the highest mountain peaks in the region.
Good morning from 4,848ft! ❄#snowshoemtn #firstsnow pic.twitter.com/Jvtjx8zxJ6— Snowshoe Mountain (@snowshoemtn) October 22, 2016
Over 7" in Montgomery Center, VT 1475ft elevation. pic via Josh Webber. #VTwx #snow pic.twitter.com/ZReroZREIg— Sean Parker (@SeanMParker) October 23, 2016
Higher elevation #Catskills #snow with vivid #fallfoliage in forefront. Round Top, NY. Thx, Melissa! Credit: Melissa Poklemba pic.twitter.com/3tXOAmaTPi— HowardManges (@HowardManges) October 23, 2016
Some pretty breathtaking #fall foliage + #snow scenes in the WV mountains yesterday. Here's a favorite along Red Creek. #WVwx pic.twitter.com/4WLIuF53V9— Michael Charnick (@charnick_wx) October 23, 2016
Here's what it looks like in Derby #VT this morning. Got #snow? pic.twitter.com/6on2QSKMrC— John Hickey (@JohnMyNBC5) October 23, 2016
Annual search for snow in fall hike did not disappoint. I'm officially ready for winter now. pic.twitter.com/eKA86jVIdr— Charlie Lopresti (@CharlieWGME) October 23, 2016
Barton, VT around 1600' #snow #WinterIsHere via #Schech pic.twitter.com/5xjtefpKjg— Rob Marciano (@RobMarciano) October 23, 2016
Snow sticking in the Catskills above 2000 feet. Courtesy Plattekill Ski Area.#pawx #nywx pic.twitter.com/naKpdNnabN— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) October 22, 2016