California Ski Resorts Will Get SLAMMED With 70+ Inches Of Snow This Weekend

California Ski Resorts Will Get SLAMMED With 70+ Inches Of Snow This Weekend

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California Ski Resorts Will Get SLAMMED With 70+ Inches Of Snow This Weekend

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Is this the best start to a season ever for ski resorts across California?

Hard to say just yet, but it seems like the storms are being measured in feet rather than inches thus far for The Golden State.

A monster storm is set to dump as much as 73 inches of snow across the Sierras this weekend, and the powder fanatics are rejoicing.

Take a look at the forecasted weekend snow totals according to OpenSnow:

Dodge Ridge: 73 inches

China Peak: 72 inches

Kirkwood: 65 inches

Sugar Bowl: 55 inches

Boreal: 55 inches

Mammoth Mountain: 54 inches

Palisades Tahoe: 53 inches

Homewood: 50 inches

Sierra-At-Tahoe: 49 inches

Unreal, right? Let’s just hope the storm delivers as it’s being forecasted.

Mammoth Mountain isn’t forecasted to get the most snow out of this storm at the moment, but 50+ inches on what they’ve already gotten this season will be incredible.

Mammoth has already received 109 inches of snow on the year and is reporting a maximum base depth of 105 inches!

Stay tuned here at Unofficial Networks for all updates related to the storm. We’ve got you covered.

All Photos Credit: Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes Tourism

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