Record-breaking storms hit California
After massive storms buried California ski areas during the month of March, resorts are reporting record-breaking snowfall totals and extending their scheduled seasons well into spring.
A 150-inch storm over the last two weeks brought Squaw Valley's season total to 691 inches, which surpasses the resort's highest season snowfall total on record -- 662 inches set in the 1994-1995 winter season (resort records date back to 1970).
Squaw announced on Monday that ...
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