A National Weather Service list of snow totals in the mountains confirms that an incredible amount of the white stuff has fallen this season.
From 162 inches at Snow Summit ski resort in the San Bernardino mountains to 751 inches at Sugar Bowl in the Sierra, the winter has delivered wave after wave of snowstorms. Other resorts posting hefty seasonal totals include 708 inches at Boreal, 685 at Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows and 680 at Soda Springs.
More snow is forecast to fall this week, along with rain in Sacramento. The strongest system is predicted to come ashore from the Pacific on Wednesday night into Thursday.
Sacramento could get up to a half-inch of rain on Wednesday night. In the Sierra, 3 inches of snow could fall at South Lake Tahoe on Thursday.
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