[PHOTOS] Here’s How Much Snow California’s Ski Resorts Got From This Week’s Historic Storm

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Dude, where’s my car. Credit: Heavenly Facebook

This week’s storm brought record-breaking precipitation to many areas of California. But what we’re really interested in is snow––how much snow did the ski resorts get?

With resorts not being open, they’re not officially reporting, but from digging around these are the totals we have:

Mount Rose (NV) – 42″

Huge early-season snowfall at Mt. Rose – Ski Tahoe

This storm dropped 38-42″ of new snow! Our high base elevation has been absolutely crucial in maximizing snowfall. It’s feeling a lot like January up here at 8260′!

Posted by Mt. Rose – Ski Tahoe on Monday, 25 October 2021

Palisades Tahoe – 39″

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Credit: Palisades Tahoe

Mammoth Mountain – 36″

Looking good to go! Credit to Mammoth Mountain ski area / Christian Pondella.

Homewood – 36″

Credit: Homewood Facebook

Northstar – 36″

Credit: Northstar Facebook

Sugar Bowl – 34″

Credit: Sugar Bowl Facebook

Soda Springs – 31″

Credit: Soda Springs Facebook

Diamond Peak – 30″

Looks like winter at Diamond Peak!

This storm is definitely living up to the hype and it’s still snowing! Watch this live video from the snowflake lodge webcam or check out the other cams on the website to watch the snow falling. And while you’re dreaming of winter…don’t forget to purchase or renew your season pass. Prices increase in a week!

Webcams: https://www.diamondpeak.com/mountain/mountain-cam
Season Passes: https://www.diamondpeak.com/tickets-specials/season-passes-pass-perks

Posted by Diamond Peak Ski Resort on Monday, 25 October 2021

Dodge Ridge – 22″

Credit: Dodge Ridge Facebook

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