After a winter storm swept down from Alaska, Tahoe is draped in white and the Sierras as a whole are sporting an exceptional early season snowpack. Actually, the Tahoe snowpack is at 750% of its normal Snow/Water Equivalent for this time of year.
So far Mammoth Mountain has received 36” out of this storm, while Squaw has gotten 9” in the last 24 hours. Here’s what it looks like over Tahoe right now.
Resort Storm Totals
Sugar Bowl- 18”
Mt. Rose- 9-12”
Also, some good-looking photos from @stateofthebackcountry are showing how good the natural coverage truly is.
In addition to the recent openings, Northstar and Heavenly will open this Saturday.