Another Possible Atmospheric River Heading to Lake Tahoe Bringing Rain and Snow

Lake Tahoe residents have been able to use the mild weather this holiday weekend to finish cleaning the snow out around their homes, just in time to prepare for another wave of higher elevation snow and rain .
"Heads up! Another atmospheric river storm is possible next week," said the National Weather Service in Sacramento. "Details are uncertain this far out but the system could bring heavy rainfall, higher snow levels, gusty winds, and renewed flooding concerns."

Lake Tahoe Has Risen Nearly 1 FOOT In 2017...

That's 33.6 Billion Gallons of Water. 

The New Year has been off to a very busy start, with storm after storm bringing much needed rain and snowfall across the region.

Overall, since January 1st, the lake has risen nearly a foot! In terms of volume, that translates to an increase of about 103,200 acre-feet, or an increase of roughly 33.6 billion gallons of water! For reference, an average household of four people uses 1 acre/foot of water per year.

Lake Tahoe Snowfall Totals And Pictures: 2017

The Lake Tahoe area was experiencing record-breaking consecutive snowfall following two storms over the past week. Multiple ski resorts there were closed, leaving many to wonder whether they would re-open in time for the Martin Luther King holiday weekend.
The blizzard warning was first issued early Monday evening, January 9th, and heavy snowfall kept about a dozen resorts shuttered.
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