People living in Shaver Lake woke up to some snow Thursday morning and it continued all day.
The snow not stopping people from coming into the Hungry Hut for a bite to eat.
“We love it. The snow is fun,” worker Summer Hines said.
Hines said the snow brings people up to the mountain community to enjoy the snow park. People will usually stop for a hot chocolate to warm up.
At Shaver Lake Sports, they’re hopeful mother nature will bring them snow throughout the winter season.
“We’re pretty hopeful. We’re pretty optimistic it will be more snow than last year,” Tyler Power said.
The sports store already stocked up with ski’s and boots as China Peak could open by this weekend.
The resort said they did receive 6-8 inches of fresh snow.
Officials are keeping a close eye on how much snow they’ll receive throughout the night to see if they can open up this weekend.
China Peak will post another update on Friday.