Help me out here. Long time lurker. Location of Saratoga Springs, NY and Warren, Vt (Sugarbush). I follow the big storms on here (SNE forum because it most active). It seems like Nor'easters, as a general rule, have an awful hard time over the last several years in delivering the serious goods to CVT. Either super sharp cut-off on the western edge or shadowing or some other variable derails what appears to be a good looking track. This one looks to be a coastal hugger or canal track with decent moisture feed but unless upslope pans out - not a lot of love for CVT. I remember (perhaps nostalgically) watching model threads on Easternwx and waiting for the melt down of the majority as the storm "shifted west" closer to the coast, tainting in the big cities, and then packing my truck and heading to Sugarbush or Killington for 12 plus of glorious powder. This mornings models appear to be trending in the right direction but what should I be looking at to help decide to use Sick Day for skiing in CVT or NVT versus just heading to So. Vt. Thanks in advance.