It’s another cool and grey day here in Tahoe. This weekend’s precipitation brought some new snow to elevations over 8,000ft, but it looks like we are going be waiting a while for that first big snowstorm that really signals game on for ski season. We are expecting more moisture starting tomorrow, but it looks too warm to be a significant snow event.
SNOW LEVELS IN THE TAHOE
AREA WILL BE 7000 RISING TO 8000 FEET TUESDAY NIGHT…SO ONLY
CHANCE AT ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE ABOVE PASS LEVEL.
After that the forecast calls for warm and dry conditions through next weekend. The pic below was taken this morning, Mt. Tallac with a little snow and some smoke from a controlled burn near Tahoma.
Lake Tahoe 11/10 2008