April 5, 2006
More than six feet of powder has fallen on the slopes of Mammoth Mountain ski area beating the resort's previous all-time snowfall record.
As of Wednesday morning Mammoth Mountain reported another 23-inches of new snow, for a growing storm total of 73-inches. The total snowfall for the season now stands at 632 inches.
More snow was expected for Wednesday. With several more storms predicted to hit Mammoth Lakes in the coming week the total snowfall could exceed 700-inches for the season. The ski area is already just 17 inches shy of breaking their snowfall record for the month.
According to the historical snowfall data on Mammoth's web site this is the first time the ski area has had two consecutive years with more than 600-inches of snowfall.
Photo courtesy of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area. All rights reserved.
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