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The Sierra Starts To Dig Out From Storm

Written by Charlie Pankey

Storm Totals Range From 49″ to 130″ Across The Sierra. Resorts Start Digging Out Looking Forward to Epic February Skiing

Sierra Rec Magazine – February 5, 2019 – Lake Tahoe – 117″!!!! Let that sink in for just a moment. Then check your resort location before heading out with excitement because many of the resorts are closed or delayed as they try to dig out or even get to their resort today to begin the process.

This last Sierra Storm delivered in big ways all across the Sierra. June Mountain registers 130″ at the top of the mountain to lead the pack. So with 5-10 feet fresh of snow on your favorite resort, ski season is truly snorkel ready it would seem. With another storm only days out t\resorts will race to get skiers on the slopes for a few fresh tracks.

Snow Totals from around the Sierra for the last 7 days:

  • Mammoth Mountain 79″ – 117
  • June Mountain 130″
  • Bear Valley 65″
  • Kirkwood 85″
  • Heavenly 75″
  • Sierra at Tahoe 81″
  • Homewood 48-76″
  • Squaw Valley 60-77″
  • Alpine 61-68″
  • Diamond Peak 65″
  • Northstar 72:
  • MT. Rose 49-53″
  • Sugar Bowl 75″
  • Boreal 72″
  • Tahoe Donner 69″

Image courtesy of Sierra At Tahoe Ski Resort

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