I awoke to the pitter-patter of rain on the roof in Squaw Valley, CA this morning. I checked the forecast, talked with a friend who was already on the mountain, and decided to play the waiting game.
At noon, the roof went silent, snow starting sticking to the deck, my ski boots went on.
First run down KT-22 was slippery, slushy, icy, and kinda powdery.
Second run was better. Third run was better than the second. Fourth was better than the third.
By closing bell, it was a full on powder feast.
Hoots, hollers, smiles, high fives, beers, hot tubs, hucking into the pool, plans to get up early tomorrow.
- 4-8″ of new snow during the day today and it’s still snowing as of 8pm
- KT-22, Red Dog, Funitel open today
- Sun & a high of 47ºF forecast tomorrow
- Winter Weather Advisory for the northern Sierra extended 3 hours until 11pm and saying this:
* ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS THIS EVENING: 1 TO 4 INCHES ABOVE 7000 FEET. 1 TO 3 INCHES DOWN TO LAKE LEVEL...DEPENDENT ON THE LOCATION OF THE HEAVIEST BANDS. * STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL: 8 TO 18 INCHES ABOVE 7000 FEET WITH 2 TO 6 INCHES AT LAKE LEVEL. - NOAA Reno, NV at 7:19pm today
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One thought on “Squaw Valley, CA Conditions Report: Rain → Snow → Killer Sneaker Powder Day”
Thanks for constant squaw updates. As someone who lives in Vegas and transits in every week to try and get two days it is really killer to have a great place to go to get the rundown. This site is my only daily visit on the Internet. Thank you.