Tahoe Snow Report

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high and dry start

Thursday, October 24th, 2019

Now that we’ve entered the storm window, and we keep our eyes peeled to the North, it’s looking like a pretty dry start – until at least mid-November until any systems start rolling through for Tahoe. After a colder-than-normal September and October, where we did see some dustings on the ridges, we do not expect […]

snow update

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

We are currently experiencing a highly variable storm cycle and snowpack. Much needed storms delivered 50+ inches Jan 6-9. This new snow will go a long way to help our base…. coverage is excellent and getting better. This said, we have some very interesting layers out there. In places, the new, denser storm layer rests […]


Friday, December 21st, 2018

Rain snow mix in the alpine today. A few inches over night, but warm temps are making things a bit sloppy. Look for weather to clear the next couple of days and then we have a storm coming in Dec 24-25th. This will be a fast-moving system, with about 12″ or so expected at the […]


Sunday, December 16th, 2018

Quick update for the incoming storm. Hi winds again Sunday into Sunday afternoon, when the front arrives. We should get between 5-10 inches of snow tonight into tomorrow morning. Will start warm and get colder, which will be nice for the snow pack and for the skiing. We have a fairly complex backcountry snowpack right […]

Tahoe Updates

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

Great start to the season, with snow down low and up high for a change. It’s been a long time since we’ve had this sort of base down low. Snowpack ranges from 1-5 feet, depending on your elevation and aspect. The storms that hit just after Thanksgiving provided great coverage, wet mucky snow and then […]

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