LATEST: Lee Canyon was closed Monday due to heavy snowfall over the past four days and strong wind gusts overnight that caused issues with electrical systems.
While there are no official measured totals from today, other places around the Spring Mountains estimated 18 inches overnight. The past 12 days Lee Canyon has seen 81 inches of snowfall the resort now has a 94 inches base. The area has not seen that kind of accumulation in a 12-day system in 12 years.
The resort is scheduled to open on Tuesday.
Drivers can expect rain and winds during their Monday morning commute in Las Vegas.
According to the National Weather Service, showers will continue on and off throughout the valley until the afternoon. Winds will blow around 25-35 miles per hour and will taper off around 4 p.m. Gusts could potentially reach 35-45 miles per hour.
Extreme weather on Mount Charleston has forced Lee Canyon to shut down for the day. The resort says that crews are working on issues caused by snow and high winds. Those who purchased tickets ahead of time will be notified.