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Storm snow increases to 5 feet at some ski resorts in Lake Tahoe



With another 2 meters on Friday, snow combinations from an ongoing winter storm have increased to 5 feet at some ski resorts in Lake Tahoe.

Another 2 feet can fall Saturday and early Sunday morning before a winter storm warning ends at noon Sunday.

A winter storm that started Wednesday took rain to heights up to 8000 feet. At Thursday morning the snow heights fell to the lake level. On Friday morning, the ski resorts reported that they had almost 3 meters of snow in 24 hours.

Here are some snow combinations from the ski resorts on Lake Tahoe South Shore and the Incline Village area from Saturday morning:

Sierra-at-Tahoe reports a 24 hour total of 1

8 inches at base and 24 inches at summit and a total storm 46 inches at the base and 62 inches at the summit.

Heavenly Mountain Resort reports 28 inches in 24 hours and a storm a total of 59 inches.

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Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe reports a storm totaling 59-65 inches.

Kirkwood Mountain Resort reports 24 inches in 24 hours and a storm a total of 53 inches.

Diamond Peak Ski Resort reports 8 inches in 24 hours and a storm total of 51 inches.


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