In California, Mammoth (12/91cm) received a massive six feet (192cm) of snow fall on the summit on Friday, providing a massive amount of fresh powder, while Squaw Valley (71cm) has opened as of the 17th, offering 7 lifts and a large amount of fresh snow.
Colorado received a good amount of snow over the weekend, most heavily on the 18th with resorts such as Aspen benefitting the most.
On the east coast, Mount Snow (33cm) received its first natural snowfall of the season, as did Sunday River (41cm) and are expanding the number of runs open.
The forecast currently shows little more snow on the way, with many resorts across the country expecting clouds for the next couple of days giving way to clear skies in many places for the remainder of the week, including very mild temperatures.
|Resorts||Lifts Open||Lower/Upper||Last Snow|
|Alta||0%||48 cm / 48 cm||20 cm (17th-Nov)||More|
|Aspen Snowmass||10%||25 cm / 66 cm||33 cm (18th-Nov)||More|
|Beaver Creek||0%||46 cm / 46 cm||3 cm (20th-Nov)||More|
|Breckenridge||9%||46 cm / 46 cm||7 cm (20th-Nov)||More|
|Heavenly||14%||58 cm / 58 cm||30 cm (17th-Nov)||More|
|Jackson Hole||0%||94 cm / 140 cm||18 cm (18th-Nov)||More|
|Mammoth||14%||12 cm / 91 cm||182 cm (17th-Nov)||More|
|Park City||0%||0 cm / 0 cm||More|
|Squaw Valley||18%||0 cm / 71 cm||71 cm (17th-Nov)||More|
|Steamboat||0 cm / 0 cm||More|
|Telluride||0 cm / 0 cm||More|
|Vail||0%||0 cm / 0 cm||More|
|Winter Park||25%||46 cm / 46 cm||3 cm (19th-Nov)||More|