I had some meetings down at the USGS offices in Menlo Park on Monday so yook my camera along for the trip as I was going to take Hwy 88 (a VERY beautiful drive) and was curious as to what the snow conditions were like up over the passes. Well they are awesome! At Carson Pass there is still over 12 feet of snow and very dense. The Sierra snow pack average right now is at 128% of normal with the maximum being 213% of normal and the minimum being 71% of normal for various regions. The area I was travelling through is at 168% of normal for most of the area and 112% for the rest. When I came back yesterday it was snowing again and another 8 inches was added to the region. Warmest March in history eh old fraud? Enjoy the pictures!