Winter weather advisory continues for parts of Southeastern Mass.

PLYMOUTH, Mass — It’s been a warmer winter than usual, but Sunday, parts of southeastern Massachusetts will finally see some snow.

“We’re going cross country skiing with that snow,” said Stephen Michael Palmer, of Plymouth. “It’s a beautiful thing when the snow comes!”

With stretches of mild temperatures – even record-breaking warmth at times– snowfall totals are far below where they usually are for mid-January.

On average, by Jan. 15, Boston would have had 16 inches of snow. So far this season, the city has seen just 1.4 inches of snow.

The average snowfall in Worcester by Jan. 15 is over two feet of snow, but they’ve clocked in at just 7.9 inches so far this season.

Down in Providence, they would typically have seen 13 inches of snow by mid-January. This season, they’ve only gotten 3.5 inches of snow.

“I like the snow,” said Gail Sutton, of Sandwich. “I like it when I’m not driving in it! But it’s always nice to have in the winter as opposed to the rain that we’ve been getting all the time.”

While there have been stretches of bitter cold, there have also been streaks of unseasonably warm – even record-breaking – temperatures.

This coupled with rain we’ve seen has made it difficult at times for ski mountains to maintain snowy slopes.

Berkshire East Resort in western Massachusetts was able to reopen for the long holiday weekend after a temporary closure. Mad River Glen and Camden Snow Bowl in Vermont have also had to adjust hours and put things on pause at times.

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