Summit at Snoqualmie has been getting absolutely nuked with 4 feet of snow in the last 36 hours. The blizzard conditions wreaked havoc on road crews and fully shutdown I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass which remains closed in both directions with no estimated time for reopening. The resort was forced to close down operation for the day and will reopen contingent on road openings. Here’s the official word from Summit at Snoqualmie:

February 12, 2019: We haven’t seen this much snow in this short of a period in several years. The entire Snoqualmie Pass area has received 4 feet of snow in the last 36 hours. The snow isn’t letting up and I-90 remains closed.

Do to the extended road closure we have made the decision to remain closed for the day. We hope to reopen tomorrow, but it will depend on the road. Stay tuned for updates later tonight or Wednesday morning. It’s still snowing hard up here, so those of you waiting for deep pow turns will be rewarded when the road opens. –TNT

HERE’S THE LATEST ON I-90 (FOLLOW I-90 Snoqualmie Pass FOR Realtime updates):

At least someone got to test the goods before the snow shut everything down:

images from SummitSnow411 Twitter

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