Local resorts are able to extend the skiing and snowboarding seasons thanks to a spring storm

Riders rejoice: Monday’s spring storm has brought several inches of fresh powder to our local resorts, keeping this year’s ski and snowboard season going into April.

According to the Angeles National Forest, most of the heavier snow fell at above 6,000 feet. Some areas of the Angeles National Forest received about 8 inches of new snow. National Weather Service.

Mountain High was forced to close Monday because of high winds. However, officials stated that they would reopen Tuesday.

Mountain High is hopeful that the recent snowfall will allow them to continue their operations until April 17.

Big Bear Mountain Resort also confirmed that Big Bear Mountain Resort will host Snow Summit. remain open until April 16For skiing and snowboarding

The resort reports that the base depth is between 24 and 48 inches.

Caltrans reminds drivers to bring chains when they travel in the mountains.

Many mountain roads will require chains Tuesday.

The following links will take you to the Check out the latest highway conditions

The storm has passed to the east and the riders can expect clear skies and temperatures that are near normal for the rest of this week.

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