Tahoe Snow Report

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never-ending winter

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

   We are quickly approaching 750″ total snowfall for the higher areas in Tahoe, more in the Central Sierra. It’s been a big winter, now on par with 2010-2011, but with much more water. The peaks are filled in, lines being hit that’s haven’t seen proper tracks in a long time. Great top see everyone […]


Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Massive January… now in the books. Biggest January ever, biggest month ever. Donner Summit/Sugarbowl reporting near 300 inches for January 2017. It has been hectic and amazing, intense, tragic, and unbelievable. We now close the month with a bunch of humility and digging out. Looks like a new AR on tap for mid-next week. Stay […]

into the weird

Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

It’s been quite a week in Tahoe to start off 2017. And we are going to have another wild 8 days or more… as a major AR event is scheduled for the wekend, and then more next week. The current QPF forecast os for 20+ ” of water for the next 7 days. This does […]

60, 80, 100, 120…

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Huge week ahead for Tahoe. 12+” today (Monday) and then heavy snow Tues-Wds (2-4′) and then again Sat-Monday (4-6′ above 7000??). Some very big questions remain for the weekend AR event, namely how much the cold air moving in the day before affects the river inbound. If it comes into cold we are in for […]

storm update

Friday, December 23rd, 2016

The forecasted storm has split, with the bulk of the moisture and heavy snow shifting south of us. We’re now looking at 6″ in town and 12″ up high. Hopefully we see things pick up later this evening….

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