The snow gods have been extra kind to Utah, Tahoe, and Jackson Hole over the last few days, with multiple ski areas and resorts recording over 20 inches.

Alta recorded an impressive 25 inches on Monday and Park City saw 22 inches over the last seven days. Powder Mountain was also living up to its name, as 22 inches graced the Eden, Utah, ski area between Sunday and Monday.

The heavy snowfall was not all fun and games for Utahns though, as traffic moved at a crawl for hours in Little Cottonwood Canyon on Sunday.

In Jackson, however, conditions were all time with skiers enjoying 26 inches of fresh snow after a slow start to the season.

On the West Coast, Tahoe and the Sierras were absolutely slammed, with resorts like Squaw tallying 33 inches in 72 hours and Northstar with 32. Mammoth Mountain and Homewood both saw their fair share of snow as well, with 23 inches and 22 inches respectively.

On Sunday, blizzard conditions and low visibility posed problems for skiers in the Reno area who were traveling on Interstate 80 from the Nevada state line, as the interstate ended up closing in both directions.

Avalanche danger has also been high in Utah, California, and Wyoming due to the recent snowfall and unstable snowpack, with warnings being issued to backcountry and inbound skiers alike.