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Lake Tahoe ski resorts reporting sizable snow totals with latest storm

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The snow began late Wednesday afternoon in the Lake Tahoe region and the snow totals have been piling up for resorts throughout the day.

To celebrate the new snow storm, Sierra-at-Tahoe is offering discounted lift tickets available at

For every inch it snows, Sierra is taking $1 off lift ticket prices. Tickets much be purchased online and the offer is only valid Saturday, February 2.

Sierra-at-Tahoe was reporting six inches of fresh snow by late Thursday and was expecting at least that much snow overnight.

Super Bowl at Sierra Pub: The resort will have food and drink specials, giveaways, and every TV tuned to the big game as the Broncos take on the Seahawks.

The Bud Light girls will be joining Sierra to give away prizes. Complimentary shuttles will be available to take skier and riders back to South Lake Tahoe.

Diamond Peak

At Diamond Peak ski resort, skiers and snowboarders were enjoying 8 inches of powder on Thursday.

The resort in Incline Village opened new terrain today, including Dusty’s Delight, Lower Showoff, Wiggle, Chute, Luggi’s, and Powder.

The forecast is calling for more snow tonight and tomorrow. Diamond Peak snowmakers are ready to make snow when conditions and temperatures allow and it’s looking positive for tonight through the next few days.

Mt Rose

Thanks to its high elevation (9,700 feet), Mt. Rose ski resort received 8-12 inches of fresh snow in at 12-hour period.

Today the resort had the following lifts open: Northwest Magnum 6, Ponderosa, Galena and Flying Jenny.

Sugar Bowl

At Sugar Bowl ski resort, the resort off Interstate 80 got 10 inches of snow from the storm and anticipates as much as 10 more inches tonight.