The upper elevations at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, CA saw up to seven inches on Tuesday and it continued to fall heavily right through Wednesday, dropping another eight inches.
A third system overnight is forecast to dump almost 2-FEET by Thursday morning, with more snow expected through the day. A fourth and final storm is expected to roll in Saturday with up to a foot more of snow. All told, we are looking at two to three or more feet at the upper elevations by Sunday.
We are right on the brink of being able to open a significant amount of new terrain, so we will be working hard to prepare and will be evaluating closely in the coming days. We currently have nine lifts open for skiing and riding, plus snow tubing and Aerial Tram rides.
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