Thirty six inches of snow have fallen at Snowbird over the past several days.

This morning, Snowbird announced that it had surpassed 600 inches of seasonal snowfall and—weather and conditions permitting—will remain open through at least Memorial Day.

Like several other ski resorts throughout the West, Snowbird has benefitted from a late-season snowstorm cycle.

"We got 3 more inches overnight, bringing our storm total up to 36 inches," the resort's daily snow report reads. "This refresh should set us up really well to keep skiing some great snow through the remainder of our spring season."

Snowbird averages 500-plus inches of snow during the winter.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration anticipates that the heavy snowfall at Snowbird has passed, although some snow showers could occur during the remainder of this week.

After May 12th, Snowbird will transition to a weekends-only operation with limited terrain options and hours.

Brighton Resort also recently surpassed 600 inches of seasonal snowfall amidst the May storm cycle. To celebrate, the resort shared footage of a snowboarder entering the white room on Instagram.

Brighton has joined Snowbird in offering lift-serviced skiing and riding this month, as has Solitude Mountain Resort. Brighton and Solitude close on May 19th and May 12th, respectively.

The Jordan basin, which encompasses Brighton, Solitude, and Snowbird, is well above the median snow water equivalent.