A string of back-to-back winter storms have lashed the West this week, delivering blizzard conditions and heavy snowfall to many areas in California.
The dayslong brutal conditions left many stranded, shut down highways, knocked out power to thousands of homes and buried roads in snow as communities ran low on supplies.
Last week, the National Weather Service in Los Angeles issued its first blizzard warning since 1989. Over the weekend, the weather service’s local office in San Diego issued its first-ever blizzard warning for the San Bernardino County mountains
Blizzard warnings remain in effect Wednesday across the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, where up to 2 feet of additional snowfall are possible through Wednesday morning.
The San Bernardino Mountain Range could see between 1 and 3 feet of additional snowfall, with gusts up to 75 mph.
Palisades Tahoe, California: 38 inches
Soda Springs, California: 36 inches
Central Sierra Snow Lab, California: 36 inches
Homewood Mountain, California: 36 inches
Kirkwood Meadows, California: 30 inches
Twin Bridges, California: 28 inches
Northstar, California: 27 inches
Tahoma, California: 27 inches
Mt. Rose Ski Base, Nevada: 20 inches
Mammoth Mountain, California: 20 inches
Soda Springs, California: 52 inches
Kirkwood Meadows, California: 43 inches
Twin Bridges, California: 39 inches
Kingvale, California: 36 inches
Donner Peak, California: 36 inches
Brighton Crest, Utah: 33 inches
Teton Village, Wyoming: 28 inches
Correction: A previous version of this report included incorrect snowfall totals from Oregon.