The storm rages on across the Sierra and the forecasts are coming true as ski areas in the Eastern Sierra and Tahoe are already halfway to their 5 foot goals.
Right now Mammoth Mountain leads the charge with a staggering 48″ of fresh snow. Mammoth is followed closely by Mt Rose and its sister ski area– June Mountain. Squaw, Kirkwood, and Alpine Meadows all fall close behind with their storm totals thus far measuring in excess of 30″. The storm should last through Saturday night before clearing out on Sunday with 28 degree temps and bluebird skies forecasted. SENDY SUNDAY!
Snow Totals + Photo Tour
*Snowfall totals are from the past 24 Hours
DOUBLE DUMP ALERT! Another foot+ overnight brings the current storm total to 2-4+ feet and counting. Extremely high winds are forecast for the day and lift operations will be impacted. Check the lift status page on the app or website for real time operating info. #mammothmarch @spyderactive @lucasoilproducts
Mammoth Mountain — 48″
June Mountain — 36″ (*Closed today)
Mt Rose — 36″ (*Delayed opening)
Kirkwood — 36″
Squaw Valley — 32″
Alpine Meadows — 31″
Good morning Powderhounds! We have received 22 inches in the last 24 hours! Time to get your shred on. Patrol is currently assessing the safety of the mountain and lifts are scheduled to spin at 9am – conditions permitting. ❄️ While all this snow is super exciting, we strongly suggest riding with caution today. It's best to stay on open runs and avoid tree skiing, as unmarked obstacles and closures still exist. We encourage guests to educate themselves on deep snow safety and always ski/ride with a buddy. Photo: @bohnjear
Heavenly — 30″
Northstar — 29″
Sierra-at-Tahoe — 22″
Sugar Bowl — 21″