The Sierra Nevada is finally digging out Wednesday after the largest storm of the year – and it’s been a good one for skiers. Tahoe-area resorts are reporting several feet from the latest dumping … and transportation crews have opened roads, so get up to the mountain!
24-hour snow totals as reported by Tahoe resorts Wednesday morning:
- Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe: 20 inches
- Diamond Peak: 24 inches
- Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort: 18 inches
- Alpine Meadows: 32 inches
- Homewood Mountain Resort: 24 inches
- Squaw Valley USA: 24 inches
- Sugar Bowl: 37 inches
- Boreal: 40 inches
- Heavenly Lake Tahoe: 36 inches
- Kirkwood: 48 inches
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Headed to the mountain? Be sure to bookmark these Web sites on your iPhone or mobile device for the latest snow and driving conditions:
NVski.mobi: Created by the state of Nevada, this useful site offers updated resort reports with information like accumulation totals, weather conditions and base depth information. When the snow is coming down, conditions are always changing. Keep an eye on your favorite resorts with the searchable features.
NVroads.mobi: Although crews are on top of road clearing in and around the Sierra Nevada, conditions can change with big snow flurries. Nevada Department of Transportation alerts are channeled through this site to provide updates on slowdowns, chain and snow tire controls and other traffic news instantly, so drivers know what to expect around the bend.