If you’ve never heard of Alyeska Resort in Alaska, all you need to know is that it snows a lot there. Last season, the mountain saw 752″ inches of snow at the summit of the Glacier Bowl and had one of their longest seasons on record. On Friday night, Alyeska didn’t get that dusting that many West Coast mountains have seen so far, but rather thirteen inches of snow. Some photos of the wild scenes are below. Alyeska starts recording snow on October 1st, so if anything is left from this by the time Friday rolls around, it could be added to their 21-22 season snowfall total. You can view their summit webcam here, where the summit is very much still covered in snow.
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