This storm began as rain at valley floor Friday night (3/24), with snow accumulating up high. Saturday night precipitation got quite a bit heavier, and snow fell to the valley floor. Sunday was ridiculously deep. By the end of the day, 3 feet of snow had fallen up high at Happo-One. The snow is definitely on the heavier side, but there is so damn much of it that it hardly matters. It continued to dump all night. Today is going to be even deeper than Sunday.
Tuesday is looking like it will be all time, with clear skies and low freezing levels.
This was my last ski day in Japan this winter, what a way to finish! On to Alaska.