So Mammoth Is Under So. Much. Snow Right Now

"Full-on blizzard conditions" are visiting the Sierra ski resort as the first full week of February begins.

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Where cars once sat snow drifts now stand, as of the morning of Feb. 4, 2019.
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Peter Morning/Mammoth Mountain
"Another 2-3 feet of snow brings the current storm total to 79-117”! That’s just about 10 FEET since Saturday."
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Mammoth Mountain Resort
That's a car under all that powder. Only the windshield wipers are popping up through the snow.
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Where cars once sat snow drifts now stand, as of the morning of Feb. 4, 2019.
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"Full-on blizzard conditions" are impacting normal operations at the resort. The Main Lodge is closed as of Monday morning, Feb. 4. This snapshot provides a look at what's happening in nearby Mammoth Lakes. (What's happening: It's super-duper snowy.)
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A date written in a drift: 2-4-19.
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Sizable snow rectangles suggest that vehicles are somewhere underneath.
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The sign for the Westin seems to be slowly disappearing.
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Peter Morning/MMSA
As does a road-close sign leading drivers to various destinations. (Nope, Devils Postpile National Monument is definitely not open, no way, no how.)
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Peter Morning/MMSA
Crews are working on the roads, but note that Highway 395 is "CLOSED from one mile north of Jct. 203 (the trees) to South Jct. 158 (June Lake) - Due to Heavy Snow and Low Visibility," says Cal Trans. Just check the weather report and Cal Trans before venturing for the mountains during and after the storm. And, of course, always.
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