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Squaw Valley got 76 inches of new powder snow in the past seven days and snow is expected to continue all week. 190 inch base; 570 cumulative inches for the season.
"Another 14-18" overnight is going to make for an amazing day on the mountain. The season snowfall total has already surpassed 500" [now 570"] guaranteeing spectacular spring conditions and powder for this week.
Weather experts are predicting more snow for a Miracle March and abundant coverage into May." Current report here.
Sugar Bowl to the immediate north has a 287" base.
What's the catch? Interstate 80 is closed from Applegate (on the Western slope) to the Nevada state line due to zero visibility, and most of the lifts are closed due to wind and snow!
The CalTrans traffic camera for Applegate looks OK just at the moment, but the one for Truckee http://video.dot.ca.gov/asx/d3-ag-sta-80.asx shows that traffic is moving very slowly, and not much of it. Here in Sacramento, CA, the weather has been pretty rainy for three days, and apparently more coming.
Pick your own from this list of CalTrans webcams; http://video.dot.ca.gov/