Welcome snowstorm lover! This web page contains information from major northeast U.S. snow storms since November 1977. Whether you're a weather enthusiast or a professional meteorologist, you should find this resource interesting and informative. The purpose of our project is to educate and excite. We intend to accomplish this by openly sharing information on our web page. If you're an operational forecaster you should find this page an excellent quick analog reference to help forecast the big one. If you're a weather enthusiast you might be interested in posting pictures, or reading and sharing your experiences during any of the storms. If you're a meteorology student you might be interested in learning more about how major snow storms develop, including the patterns and ingredients needed for most major snow storms. Knowledge is power; and we hope this page empowers you to better understand and appreciate major snow storms. Our geographic focus is on interior snow storms, or storms that generally bring heavy snow inland over parts of north and western Massachusetts, northern and central New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. We apologize to those of you interested in more coastal locations; however,about a third of our cases also have significant snowfall accumulations near the coast. An excellent reference for coastal storms is the authoritative book Northeast Snow Storms by Kocin and Uccellini (2004). This page is a work in progress. In the future we will have a forum where you can post questions, thoughts, storm experiences, etc. We alsohope to add links to news articles, scientific publications, pictures,and other highlights of these storms. Enjoy.