Huge snowfalls in California
Thu 17 February 11
A new storm has hit California this week with all resorts reporting huge dumps
Huge snowfalls in California © Photo: Squaw
Squaw Valley USA received a foot of new snow overnight Tuesday night with another foot throughout the morning on Wednesday. The storm series is expected to continue into Friday and with predicted snowfall totals of over 4 to 5 feet,
The intense snowfall is the result of a powerful and cold low-pressure system moving out of the Gulf of Alaska and across the Sierra. A second round of storm fronts are already lining up in the gulf promising a spectacular finish to the month of February for powder lovers.
The most recent snowfall brings Squaw Valley's cumulative totals to 321 inches or over 26 feet for the 2010-11 winter season. The resort has witnessed record-breaking early-season snowfall and weather experts are predicting even more snow in the weeks to come.
Squaw village, Feb 16th 2011
Heavenly Mountain Resort has received up to 16inches of snow overnight and Northstar-at-Tahoe up to 20inches in places. Kirkwood has received around 3-feet of snow from the storm so far.
The storm has dropped another 15”-24” in Mammoth and 9”-15” of snow has fallen since the lifts closed yesterday afternoon. Between 3 ½ to 4 ½ feet of more snow has been predicted by Saturday morning.
Fri 18 February 11, Livigno, Italy
The 5*TTR event, Burn River Jump returns to the slopes and streets of Livigno from the 22nd to the 25th of February 2011
Sat 19 February 11, Tryvann Vinterpark, Norway
The clouds broke up in Oslo, Norway at Oslo Vinterpark for the men's and women's slopetyle finals at the 6Star Oakley Arctic Challenge. Chas Guldemond lead from start to the finish in the mens, with Tyler Flanagan and Sage Kotsenburg making in a all USA podium. In the womens Jamie Anderson won and Britains Jenny Jones came third
Thu 24 February 11, Gstaad, Switzerland
After jeleously looking over the pond at the epic snowfalls that have hit N.America, Europe finally decides to get with the program and receives its first significant snowfalls in months.
Sat 26 February 11, Livigno, Italy
Norwegians Aleksander Ostreng won the 4* TTR Big Air and Ulrik Badertscher won the 5*Slopestyle in the Burn River Jump 2011 in Livigno. Britains Jamie Nicholls completed a very memorable 2 days, coming 3rd in the slopestyle, 4th in the big air and was crowned the Burn Jib Master
Mon 28 February 11, Gressoney, Italy
Brit Zoe Gillings clinched two back to back victories in Gressoney, Italy at the weekend in the Italian SBX Federation Internationale de Ski (FIS) Snowboard cross.