Snowvember is Here! NorCal Mountains Continue to get POUNDED with Snow

Have we died and gone to…February?

On the last day of November, a set of massive storms continue to cover the Northern California mountains with powder, leaving ski resorts and winter outdoors enthusiasts rejoicing. In some of the high elevation resorts in Tahoe, reports of up to 3 feet of snow have fallen with more on the way through Saturday.

Here are the full totals as of November 30:

Some of the Tahoe resorts without massive snowmaking capabilities were able to use the recent snowfall to open their season on Friday. Sierra-at-Tahoe and Sugar Bowl showed their healthy snowpack on social media:

Meanwhile, other Tahoe resorts who were able to open earlier in the season due to snowmaking, have showed that the only snow on their mountains now is that natural stuff:

What a way to start the winter season! Meanwhile, a little further north, even Mt. Shasta Ski Park got in on the fun, showing their impressive snowpack and mentioning they will be announcing their opening day soon:

The best part, more is expected Saturday…and then another massive storm is expected next week. Rejoice!

Wow, what a time to be alive! It’s officially winter in NorCal and we can only hope that this trend continues. Let’s have a wet winter so we can enjoy the mountains and hopefully avoid another treacherous fire season next summer.

Active NorCal

Telling the Stories of Northern California

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