Looking Back At The 'Storm Of The Century' [Photo Tour + Snow Totals]

Looking Back At The 'Storm Of The Century' [Photo Tour + Snow Totals]

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Looking Back At The 'Storm Of The Century' [Photo Tour + Snow Totals]

You know it's DEEP when... | Photo: Mammoth Mountain | Cover Photo: Squaw Valley

You know it’s DEEP when… | Photo: Mammoth Mountain | Cover Photo: Squaw Valley

While NOAA waits to pull its winter storm warning from the mountains surrounding Lake Tahoe this afternoon, we thought it as good a time as any to take a look at what has been one of the biggest snowstorms to impact the Sierra in the past decade– maybe even century.

Related: Will 2017 Winter Storms End California’s 6 Year Drought?

Let’s start with Mammoth Mountain. Mammoth pulled down a whopping 192″ out of the recent storm with a foot coming in the last 24 hours alone.

“A light fluffy FOOT of new snow fell in the last 24 hours. With 11-16 feet in the last 8 days, the shred is going to be great today.”Mammoth Mountain

Tahoe resorts also got buried with resorts like Heavenly, Squaw Valley, Mt Rose, Boreal, and Sugar Bowl pulling down 7+ feet of snow in the last 7 days. Looking forward to the weekend, the majority of the Sierra is forecasted to go BLUE on Saturday with sunny skies and fresh snow through MLK Monday.

7-Day Snowfall Totals:

  • Mammoth – 192″
  • Squaw – 168″
  • Alpine Meadows – 168″
  • Boreal – 143″
  • Heavenly – 134″
  • Kirkwood – 126″
  • Mt Rose – 120″
  • Northstar – 107″
  • Sugar Bowl – 103″
  • Sierra-at-Tahoe – 85″
  • Homewood – 81″

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