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Posted on: January 19, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Storm Update

The National Weather Service advises of a storm to impact South Lake Tahoe on Friday-Saturday and are predicting 8-12” of snow and will impact travel to the Sierras.

Another storm system is due Sunday-Monday (January 22nd-23rd) and is trending toward a big snow scenario. The National Weather Service is predicting 18”-24” of Snow in South Lake Tahoe. Significant road travel disruptions are anticipated during this storm system. Power outages, avalanche warnings and fallen trees are anticipated. The National Weather Service warns of impacts to roof and carport collapses in the Sierras due to snow depth and weight. 

Road travel is not advised Friday, January 20th – Monday, January 23rd

The National Weather Service is anticipating a break in the storm systems starting on Tuesday, January 24th through the beginning of February. 

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