Now this is a snow report
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pagamony - DCSki Supporter
January 21, 2010
Member since 02/23/2005 🔗
840 posts
So we've had a nice season so far. Timberline and Snowshoe are reporting more snowfall than Breckenridge. The slopes look great. Then I noticed that California is getting some action this week, so I thought I would check out my personal favorite ski area. This is today's report for Kirkwood. All I can say is holy freaking wow. Kind of puts a new perspective on things.


Temperature 28 degrees
Wind Light
Today's Forecast snow through morning, 12"

Snow Stats (snow totals in inches)
Last 24 hours 38"
Season Total Range 196-246"
Last 48 hours 50-66"
Mid Mountain Base 72-100"
Last 7 days 58-72
Storm Total 66-72"

Surface Conditions
Powder, Machine Groomed, & Skier Packed Powder
72 Trails Open
34 Trails Groomed
GRK
January 21, 2010
Member since 12/19/2007 🔗
404 posts
Kewl! How long is the season in the Tahoe area? Scheming for a spring break trip but its late this year (April).
David
January 21, 2010
Member since 06/28/2004 🔗
2,444 posts
66 inches in 2 days. Wow...
SCWVA
January 21, 2010
Member since 07/13/2004 🔗
1,051 posts
I heard reports that they were expecting 10' from the storm. N. Tahoe is awesome, wish I was there!
SkiBadger
January 21, 2010
Member since 10/9/2009 🔗
31 posts
Definitely on my "Resorts I Must Ski" list.
Tucker
January 22, 2010
Member since 03/14/2005 🔗
893 posts
...I'll be riding kirkwood on Monday grin yes, stoked...
pagamony - DCSki Supporter
January 22, 2010
Member since 02/23/2005 🔗
840 posts
saweeeet. good for ya, Tucker. i just hope the upper mountain is not closed for winds and avy work. watch out for the tree wells. send pics. otherwise, make sure you go eat at the bar at the kirkwood inn at night, best ski food ever.
oldensign - DCSki Columnist
January 22, 2010
Member since 02/27/2007 🔗
437 posts
I am in for Northstar, Squaw and Homewood starting Saturday week. Guess I better upgrade to the SUV!!!
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