Squaw Valley’s Eagle’s Nest/McConkey’s prime on St. Patrick’s Day LAKE TAHOE SKI RESORT STORM TOTALS - MARCH 12-18th, 2012 #1 - Alpine Meadows = 69.5” - 84" #2 - Squaw Valley = 26.5” - 80” #3 - Sugar Bowl = 55” - 79" #4 - Kirkwood = 56’ - 66” #5 - Mt. Rose = 48” - 58" #5 - Heavenly = 58” #6 - Homewood = 24” - 56" Tahoe Ski Resorts’ BIG Storm Totals | Unofficial Networks

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Squaw Valley’s Eagle’s Nest/McConkey’s prime on St. Patrick’s Day

LAKE TAHOE SKI RESORT STORM TOTALS – MARCH 12-18th, 2012

#1 – Alpine Meadows = 69.5” – 84″

#2 – Squaw Valley  = 26.5” – 80”

#3 – Sugar Bowl = 55” – 79″

#4 – Kirkwood = 56’ – 66”

#5 – Mt. Rose = 48” – 58″

#5 – Heavenly = 58”

#6 – Homewood = 24” – 56″

SQUAW VALLEY SNOWFALL TRACKER:

6200 8200
As of 6am on: 24 Hour Cumulative 24 Hour Cumulative
Sunday, March 18, 2012 2″ 128″ 6″ 256″
Saturday, March 17, 2012 18″ 126″ 36″ 250″
Friday, March 16, 2012 0″ 118″ 10″ 214″
Thursday, March 15, 2012 0″ 118″ 8″ 204″
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 8″ 118″ 16″ 196″
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 1″ 110″ 2″ 180″
Monday, March 12, 2012 0″ 109″ 4″ 178″

(did you catch the typo in Squaw’s snowfall tracker above?  we didn’t mkay did.)

Miracle March, anyone?

What’s really great is that we have another storm that hit us today that is currently unleashing snow on Tahoe.  We’ll have those storm #2 snow totals for ya tomorrow.

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