After last week's snow storm and all of the snow making at Sunday River and Sugarloaf, Maine's 2014-2015 ski and snowboard season is officially way under way!

Each week Wendy Williams of Williamsbroadcasting.net will deliver an up to date report of the latest ski and snowboarding conditions to help you plan out your perfect weekend on the slopes on and on the trails.

Here is this week's first report:

And here we go with another great season of ski and board reports from the very best Mts across Maine and New Hampshire..we’re already off to a great start with that surprise Thanksgiving Eve storm that dropped up to a foot of powder at most of the areas..

December has arrived and with it some mild temps today before the snowguns fire up again this evening so expect some soft, easy turning surfaces to greet you, especially during first tracks and through the mid-day period…

Sunday River with 32 trails and a park on Upper Sunday Punch  and Sugarloaf with 15 trails including Gondi Line, lead the way in Maine & in the Granite State Bretton Woods offers 31 trails & a jib park with Loon offering 22 trails and the Top Secret Park, Waterville Valley has 7 trails including Exhibition & both Lynx and Polecat are groomed with some nice whales on Upper catapult at Wildcat..

See you there!