Northstar, Squaw receive 5 inches of snow from storm; Boreal gets 8 inches of fresh powder
A mid-winter storm rode that rode the back of hefty winds dropped several inches of snow at local ski resorts on the holiday weekend.
Northstar California Resort in Truckee said Monday, Feb. 19, it received 5 inches of fresh powder from the storm in the past 24 hours.
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows in Olympic Valley said Monday it also received 5 inches of snow from the storm in the past 24 hours. The resort has 33 lifts, 105 runs and three terrain parks open.
Boreal Ski Resort said Monday it received 8 inches of snow from the storm in the past 24 hours.
“It’s a powder day. 8 inches of new snow last night and free parking with any pre-purchased products,” the ski resort said in a post on its website.
Sugar Bowl | Royal Gorge, which has six open lifts, said Monday it received 5 inches of snow from the storm in the past 24 hours.
And Tahoe Donner said Monday it received 4 inches of snow.
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