Snow Records Broken in City of Mt. Shasta

Record Breaking March 2011

The city of Mount Shasta has broken a 108-year-old snowfall record for March with 97.9 inches, according to the National Weather Service. The old mark of 88 inches was set in 1903. For the season, 289 inches of snow has fallen on the city, the National Weather Service reported. More info at

http://www.redding.com/news/2011/mar/28/dreaming-of-a-white-easter-mt-shasta-ski-park-6/

Buried snowboarder thought he was going to die.

Check this out~

http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/26184891/vp/42319088#42319088

It’s very important to ski or snowboard with a buddy when there are deep powder conditions.

Looks like Everitt Memorial Highway will be open by Wednesday. I’ll post if this isn’t the case. Castle Lake will still be a week or two. It is plowed to Methodist Camp. Single Lane only.

Be careful traveling in the backcountry. With all the snow we’ve received recently, avalanche danger will be out there!

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