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Plenty of road problems remain even after the rain disappears

The week’s storms and their aftereffects were still causing problems on Northern California highways Saturday, with closures due to flooding, mudslides and washed-out roads choking off traffic from the Bay Area to Lake Tahoe. In Marin...Show More Summary

Lake Tahoe Gained 8.7 Billion Gallons Of Water In Just 2 Days

Lake Tahoe has had a great past few months, receiving 8.7 billion gallons of water in just two days. It hasn't stopped there, the lake has been receiving tremendous amounts of water lately to fill the lake above its natural rim leve...

Man found dead under snowbank outside his home near Lake Tahoe

Authorities are investigating the death of a man whose body was discovered under a snowbank outside his home near Lake Tahoe, officials said. The body of Todd Michael Borchardt, 49, was found buried under a pile of snow in his driveway Tuesday morning after Placer County sheriff’s deputies found...

Lake Tahoe is officially buried in snow

January was a record-breaking month for snowfall Thanks to a series of atmospheric river storms that have pummeled California, the snowpack of Lake Tahoe is reaching record-breaking numbers. In early January, parts of California received...Show More Summary

Selfies and blankets: Avalanche temporarily buries motorists near Lake Tahoe

California authorities rescued two men Monday after an avalanche buried their vehicle under 12 feet of snow on Highway 89 near Lake Tahoe … and they now have selfies to forever relive their adventure. A report was received about 1 a.m. of an avalanche and possible car crash on the highway between...

Sierra slammed: Avalanche warnings, 154-mph wind gust recorded

Heavy snow and winds pelted the Sierra Sunday, causing road closures and traffic delays. An avalanche warning has been issued in the Alpine Meadows area near Lake Tahoe, the Placer County Sheriff's Office said. The Sheriff's Office has determined certain streets in the area to have an extreme risk of an avalanche.

Review and Trip Report: Bay Area Ski Bus

Lake Tahoe is home to some of the best skiing in the United States. As a 10+ year resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, I appreciate having such great skiing so close to home. Without traffic, the drive is about 3.5 hours from the city, but “without traffic” is mostly a myth these days, unless you […] This post was originally published on Travel Codex.

The scene at Lake Tahoe's Heavenly ski resort

Updates: Heavy rains hit Southern California in the latest winter storm Jan. 12, 2017, 12:45 p.m. Today's storm is the latest of a series to dump rain on the region, which has been hard hit by six years of drought. Officials warned of potential mud flows in areas affected by wildfires last year...

Storm Took Down 350+ Trees In SF; Tahoe Travelers Told To Wait Until Friday

While things wind down here in the city, rain-wise, Lake Tahoe is in for another four to eight inches of snow today, prompting a winter storm warning. [ more › ]

Lake Tahoe ski resort forced to shut after 14 feet of snow fell

In January resorts in the Lake Tahoe area have received up to 14 feet of snow - making it the snowiest January in 45 years.

These ski resorts are closed because there's just too much snow

Turns out you can have too much of a good thing. The Lake Tahoe area on the California-Nevada border has been dumped with snow — perfect for the middle of prime skiing and snowboarding season.  SEE ALSO: Barrage of winter storms dump dangerous rain and snow on West Coast But the storm affecting the western U.S. Show More Summary

Snow emergency declared in the Lake Tahoe area as residents take shelter

As the western United States continues to grapple with a weeklong series of storms that have dumped an incredible amount of precipitation, the reality for those living in the Lake Tahoe/Truckee area of California and Nevada is becoming...Show More Summary

Storms added 33.6 billion gallons of water to Lake Tahoe since Jan. 1

California winter storm live updates Jan. 9, 2017, 7:07 p.m. A string of winter storms is expected to bring up to 20 feet of fresh snow to Mammoth Mountain. The winter weather is also bringing some more much-needed rain to other parts of California. Officials say that if these wet conditions extend...

Lingering storm threats leave Lake Tahoe ski resorts closed

Lingering storm threats leave Lake Tahoe ski resorts closed Ski resorts across the Sierra Nevada remained closed for a second day Monday as high winds, heavy flooding and avalanches threatened the area and made conditions hazardous for...Show More Summary

Ski resorts near Lake Tahoe shut down due to storm

Ski resorts across the Sierra Nevada shut down for the day Sunday, with flooding, avalanche danger and high winds causing too many weather hazards for skiers and snowboarders. Rose Ski Tahoe resort, high winds gusting more than 55 mph caused lift closures while Sugar Bowl reported expected high temperatures around 35 degrees for the day and rain. Show More Summary

Day Around The Bay: Two Skiers Rescued In Lake Tahoe Avalanche

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Skiers caught in avalanche in Sierra Nevada amid an epic snowstorm

Two backcountry skiers escaped uninjured Thursday after being caught in an avalanche that closed the state highway between Reno and Lake Tahoe in a part of the Sierra Nevada where as much as 6 feet of snow has fallen over the past four days. “Luckily, no one was hurt,” said Meg Ragonese, spokeswoman...

Bears, People Of Color And Adapting

Owning my first home in Lake Tahoe, CA is revealing new experiences in unfamiliar territory. Recently, I learned that a black bear family broke into my home and ransacked the place. The local Bear League confirmed it was the work ofShow More Summary

Seven feet of snow in seven days, and the California ski resorts are rejoicing

The high elevations in the north Lake Tahoe area got three feet of snow on Wednesday alone.

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