It's nothing like the big winter snow in the East, but parts of Southern California ski resorts welcomed almost a foot of snow this week.
"It snowed on and off all day. Tomorrow [Tuesday] looks great," Snow Summit's website said Monday.
During a parched winter that has seen far too little precipitation in the region, resorts are out to enjoy the natural boost for as long as it lasts.
Mountain High planned to open 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday after being "closed for the better part of a week," the resort said in an announcement Monday.
The slopes received 7 to 10 inches of snow Sunday and were expecting another few inches Monday evening. The resort also turned on the snow-making machines and planned to open terrain features and the Winter Sports School too.
Discounted lift tickets are available for $45 for adults and $25 for children 12 and younger, the announcement says.
Snow levels were expected to drop to the 5,000 foot level Monday.