The chairlifts were mostly full at Willamette Pass Resort on Saturday, January 11
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The chairlifts were mostly full at Willamette Pass Resort on Saturday, January 11
The amount of snow that fell in Oregon's mountains didn't disappoint this past weekend.

The snow started early Friday above 3,000 feet and never really let up, bringing multiple feet across the western Oregon Cascade Range.


Here are snowfall totals from the past 72 hours — Friday through early Monday morning from the National Weather Service.

The result matches pretty closely with what meteorologists predicted.

There is plenty more snow to come in the mountains as well, with another 1 to 2 feet possible this week.

North Oregon Cascades

Santiam Pass: 50 inches, 4770 feet

Tombstone Pass: 50 in. 4250 feet

Timberline Base: 47 in. 5880 feet

Mount Hood Meadows: 39 in., 5380 feet

Bennett Pass: 37 in. 4670 feet

Red Hill: 36 in. 4410 feet

Bear Grass: 35 in. 4720 feet

Blazed Alder: 35 in. 3650 feet

Government Camp: 31 in.

Santiam Junction: 31 in. 3740 feet

Daily Lake: 31 in. 3690 feet

Little Meadows: 30 in. 4020 feet

White River: 29 in. 4790 feet

Willamette Pass: 26 in. 5128 feet

Roaring River: 26 in.4950 feet

McKenzie: 24 in. 4770 feet

Holland Meadows: 23 in. 4930 feet

Cascade Summit: 22 in. 5100 feet

Salt Creek Falls: 21 in. 4220 feet