Resorts in Idaho, California and New York State have topped the table for ‘most snowfall in the world for the past week at different points over the past seven days. The tally totalled 135-155cm. On the east Coast Whiteface Mountain received 50cm of snow in 24 hour on its way to topping the greatest-snowfall-in-the-world-in-past-week table today, "We've had an amazing winter and every skier and rider is thankful to Mother Nature for getting us "stuck" in this awesome weather pattern of snow, snow and more snow! Over 220" this year and counting!" said a statement from the resort.
Over on the Western side of the continent, with nearly 30 feet of snow this winter, Steamboat in Colorado has reached another snow milestone, recording a four-wire winter, when the snow stacks up past the fourth row of fence wires. Yampa Valley ranchers have traditionally measured the severity of a Routt County winter by how high the snow stacks up against their four fence wires.

"Steamboat is enjoying some of the best snow in the Rocky Mountains and is the only major destination resort in Colorado with a summit base over 100 inches," said Chris Diamond, president & chief operating officer for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation.