Tahoe gets 7 feet in 2 days

Courtesy Homewood Ski Resort

The weekend of Feb. 9 to 10 brought more than expected snow to the region in two separate storm systems — some places received as much as 52 inches in two days. While Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 11 and 12, will remain sunny with excellent powder conditions, another storm system, this one warmer and windy, will move in until Thursday night, Feb. 14. Blizzard conditions are expected on Wednesday, Feb. 13. Expect another 15 to 20 inches with some rain at lower elevations, according to the National Weather Service.

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Light snow showers continue this weekend
Temperatures will get colder, with highs dropping into the 20s and snow showers are expected from Feb. 15 to 17, but not as robust as they have been. Drier conditions are expected the week of Feb. 18 with some light snow showers; the week of Feb. 25 could be even drier.

Snowfall as of Feb. 11, 2019
(Reported over last 7 days)

Alpine Meadows | 83-88” new snow | 121”-162” base
Auburn Ski Club | 59” new snow
Boreal | 80” new snow | 240” base
Diamond Peak | 31” new snow | 68”-90” base
Donner Ski Ranch | 80” new snow
Granlibakken | 14” new snow | 25” base
Heavenly | 80” new snow | 116” base
Homewood | 35”-58” new snow | 32”-126” base
Kirkwood | 65” new snow | 124” base
Northstar | 91” new snow | 145” base
Mt. Rose | 27”-30” new snow | 96”-132” base
Royal Gorge | 59” new snow
Sierra-at-Tahoe | 49”-75” new snow | 94”-165” base
Soda Springs | 44” new snow | 240” base
Squaw Valley | 79”-88” new snow | 126”-168” base
Sugar Bowl | 74” new snow | 132”-188” base
Tahoe City Winter Sports Park | 14” new snow
Tahoe Cross Country | 14” new snow |
Tahoe Donner Cross Country | 65” new snow | 85” base
Tahoe Donner Downhill
| 56” new snow | 85” base