Up to 20 inches of new snow in 24 hours

January powder at Sierra-at-Tahoe | Brian Walker, Sierra-at-Tahoe

The wet storm on Jan. 20 and continuing into the morning hours of Jan. 21 delivered as predicted with some Tahoe peaks reporting as much as 20 inches of new snow. A few snow showers continued on Jan. 21, with temperatures dropping below average and warming up by Jan. 22, according to the National Weather Service.

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Sunny and mostly clear skies into the weekend

Light winds and clearing skies will continue for the rest of the week. From Jan. 22 to Jan. 27, daily temperatures will be in the 40s with sun and some clouds and nighttime temperatures will be in the 20s. The quiet weather should continue until the first week of February when storms could be coming back to California.



Snowfall as of Jan. 21, 2019

(Reported over the last 24 hours)

Alpine Meadows | 13”-16” new snow | 80”-115” base
Auburn Ski Club | 10” new snow
Boreal | 12” new snow | 194” base
Diamond Peak | 14” new snow | 32”-46” base
Donner Ski Ranch | 10” new snow
Granlibakken | 8” new snow | 20” base
Heavenly | 19” new snow | 55” base
Homewood | 7”-19” new snow | 13”-61” base
Kirkwood | 18” new snow | 75” base
Northstar | 16” new snow | 95” base
Mt. Rose | 16”-18” new snow | 68”-98” base
Royal Gorge | 10” new snow
Sierra-at-Tahoe | 11”-19” new snow | 62”-117” base
Soda Springs | 12” new snow | 194” base
Squaw Valley | 12”-20” new snow | 70”-149” base
Sugar Bowl | 10”-20” new snow | 82”-126” base
Tahoe City Winter Sports Park | 8”new snow
Tahoe Cross Country | 8” new snow
Tahoe Donner Cross Country | 8” new snow | 24” base
Tahoe Donner Downhill | 14” new snow | 65” base