Proof was in the Friday Facebook and Web site photos from the northern and western resorts that we are officially in the transitional season.
The first one came from Okemo. PR Director Bonnie MacPherson jumped into her vehicle, took the Mountain Road over to the South Face and took some photos under the high-speed quad.
It looked like it was dumping.
"It was snowing pretty hard at one point," she said.
Mount Snow was next. There was snow at the top of a lift line at the summit.
The Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort was next - 4 inches overnight.
Mad River Glen was next - snow on Stark's.
It looked like the trails were covered from a distance in the Sugarloaf picture.
Someone had build a snowman atop Heavenly.
And Sugarbush was hinting there could be natural snow for a rail jam this weekend.
Will it last? who knows Saturday night into Sunday is supposed top be chilly, then it warms up for a couple of days and then gets chilly again.
But it does make you think. Guess it's time to get the skis tuned up, dig out the snowshoes, the cross country equipment and put the Green Mountain Boot Guard on that footwear.
Perhaps it was summed up by one of the counselors at the Vernon Parks and Recreation Department's after school program.
"If it's going to be this cold, it might as well snow," she said.
Then she was told what was happening up north.
"Oh that's good!"