Lake Tahoe’s high country picked up up to 9″ inches of snow last night in the second storm of a three storm parade. The third storm was initially forecast to hit tonight and drop about 18″ of snow. Now, they’re saying more like 2″ of snow. That storm’s energy has been pushed north.
Regardless, we got some snow out of this storm and every little bit helps for getting ski resorts open all over Tahoe.
Sugar Bowl is the big winner this morning with 4″ of the lower mountain and 9″ up high.
Heavenly, Northstar, and Mt. Rose open today but didn’t get much new snow.
Squaw, and Kirkwood are trying to open next week.
LAKE TAHOE SKI RESORT SNOW TOTALS THIS MORNING:
Sugar Bowl = 4-9″
Boreal = 5″
Mt. Rose = 2″
Kirkwood = 1″
Northstar = 0″
Heavenly = 0″
Squaw-Alpine = not reporting but looks like 3″ or so in web cams up top
Not looking good for next week’s potentially opening days with lots of sun and a high of 57ºF on Tuesday…