MAMMOTH LAKES, California (KOLO) – Mammoth Mountain has surpassed its all-time record for snowfall with 695 inches.
The previous record was set in 2010/2011 with 668 inches.
The new record comes after a cycle of storms throughout March, as well as the most recent storm dropping 30 inches in the area overnight Tuesday.
695 inches has been recorded at the Main Lodge, while a total of 870 inches has been recorded at the summit.
Current base depths have been recorded at 336 inches on the summit and 275 inches at the Main Lodge.
Source: Kevin Sheridan, kolotv.com/2023/03/29/mammoth-mountain-breaks-record-all-time-snowfall/