Things are looking good in Northern California today. The above photo proves it.
Lake Shasta is 92% full right now and 109% of its historical average to date.
14,192-foot Mt. Shasta region is sitting at 103% of average as of April 13th, 2016. The Mt. Shasta snowpack is currently a bit above average as well.
“The Mt. Shasta region currently sits just above normal (103%) for precipitation received during the wet season, which stretches from Oct. 1 to the end of April.” – Mt. Shasta Avalanche Center
Mt. Shasta Ski Report:
Mt. Shasta Conditions Report: Above Average Snowpack
Mt. Shasta Trailhead Update:
“TRAILHEAD STATUS UPDATE: We know there are many wondering about the following information…check it!
Northgate Trailhead: 1.3 miles of snow covered roads to the TH. You’ll hit snow and it is continuous snow past where you can currently park.
Brewer Creek Trailhead: 12 miles to TH. A large drift blocks access currently. Dry road exists past the drift for an unknown distance.
Clear Creek Trailhead: 4 miles to the TH. A decent sized drift blocks access. Dry road exists past the drift for an unknown distance.” – Mt. Shasta Avalanche Center, today