Snow totals from 10″ to 44″ across the Sierra
Sunday March 6, 2016 – Waking up this morning across the Sierra we are ecstatic to find that mother nature did indeed bring the snow we all saw coming. From as little as 10″ to upwards of 44″ across the Sierra fell in the last 24 hours and it’s still snowing.
Most forecasts have this storm running through Sunday into Monday Morning before the first break. As as we check snow totals across Sierra Ski resorts it is safe to say the ski industry and winter recreationists are all smiles.
Current Snow Reports for the Sierra on March 6th, 2016 – “Miracle March”
Mammoth Mountain is reporting between 44″-56″ over the last 24 hours
June Mountain is reporting 12-24″ of new snow
Bear Valley is reporting 24″ in the last 24 hours
Kirkwood Ski Resort is Reporting 20″ in last 24 hours
Sierra At Tahoe is reporting 18″ overnight with a two-day total of 25″
Heavenly Ski resort is reporting 12″ of new snow overnight and 16″ new in last 48 hours
Alpine Meadows is reporting 13″ overnight and 21″ two-day total
Squaw Valley Ski Resort is reporting 19″ overnight and 28″ two-day total
Northstar Ski Resort is reporting 12″ overnight, 20″ in last 24 hours and 26″ in last 48 hours
Boreal is reporting 6″ of new snow on the mountain
Sugar Bowl is reporting 19″ overnight and 26″ in last 48 hours
Diamond Peak is reporting 10″ of new snow
Mt Rose – is reporting 12″ of new snow
All this to say that is the wind will ease a bit, there is a lot of powder at your favorite Sierra Ski resort to play in this morning. Travel conditions vary because of the snow levels so check road conditions before heading up to the mountains, carry snow devices and drive safe.
This Storm phase is expected to continue into Monday Morning then take a break before building up and hitting the Sierra again Wednesday through Friday next week. Overall March Miricle Storm is leaving up to the hype and the Sierra will be white for a few more weeks. Check the latest on all the Sierra Mountains here .
If you are wondering about the national parks. It looks like in Yosemite National Park the Snow stayed up top and the Valley turned to Rain.
In Lassen Volcanic National Park looks like 2-4″ of new snow at Manzanita Lake Level with more expected today.
In Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park they are reporting nearly two inches of parcipitation with possible 2-4″ of snow today into Monday.
Enjoy your Snow Day in the Sierra.