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never-ending winter

By ccrossen | April 4, 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 getting out there and exploring a bit. This weekend we have another (#12?) atmospheric river event in store, beginning Thursday evening through Saturday. Up to 36-48″ up high. Snow levels look to fluctuate a lot around lake level, so it’s not clear yet what will happen. Hang on!

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