High Elevation Snow Piling Up

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Snow levels were relatively high during Friday's storm, above 7,000 feet. But that was still good news for ski resorts, all of which have runs above that elevation.

Many of the resorts received between one and two feet of new snow between the weekend and Tuesday. That's on top of a base that already ranges from about five to nine feet.

"Definitely shreddable weather," is how snowboarder Scotty Dietz described Tuesdays conditions at Boreal.

FOX40 drove through Serene Lakes, a community of mostly vacation homes above Soda Springs and found some homes nearly buried in snow.