The storm of the season just laid the smack down across Tahoe as well as the Eastern Sierra. June Mountain is reporting 108″ of new snow (*they are closed due to avalanche danger, high winds, not to mention the massive undertaking of digging out the lifts).
Right now, it appears as though no one is coming close to June Mountain. 2nd place appears to be Mammoth Mountain, who is reporting some 81″ in the past 7 days. There are a lot of closures in place and we recommend double checking the resort website before heading up.
UNOFFICIAL STORM TOTAL: 108″ (*June Mountain)
North Lake saw the biggest snowfall totals for the Tahoe region with Homewood, Squaw, and Sugarbowl leading the pack in terms of quantity. That’s not to say South Lake didn’t see its fair share of POW!
STAY SAFE OUT THERE AND RIDE WITH A BUDDY!
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⚠️❄️ A @noaa Blizzard Warning goes into effect tonight through Monday at 10pm. We are anticipating large amounts of snowfall, high winds and snow loading overnight. Travel and lifts will be impacted. Please stay safe out there! Photos shot today by @lynk_nation #mysquawalpine #blizzard #tahoe
Snow Totals + Photo Tour:
*Snow totals are drawn from the last 72 Hours
- Mammoth Mountain — 58″
- Homewood Ski Area — 56″
- Soda Springs — 50″
- Boreal — 50″
- Kirkwood – 48″ (*CLOSED TODAY)
- Squaw Valley – 42″
- Sugar Bowl – 41″
- Heavenly – 38″
- Northstar – 37″
- Mt Rose – 36″
- Alpine Meadows – 33″
- Sierra-at-Tahoe – 32″