Storm to Hit Lake Tahoe; Projections Call for Up To 7 Feet of Snow

28th November 2012 | Donny O'Neill

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Kirkwood Mountain Resort opened up for the season on Friday Nov. 16. The resort that receives the most annual snow in Tahoe, 600

Kirkwood Mountain Resort opened up for the season on Friday Nov. 16. The resort that receives the most annual snow in Tahoe, 600"+, lived up to its name, receiving 2' of snow for opening weekend.
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Kirkwood Mountain Resort opened up for the season on Friday Nov. 16. The resort that receives the most annual snow in Tahoe, 600
Natural and man-made snow cover World Cup on California side of Heavenly. Photo credit: Heavenly

Natural and man-made snow cover World Cup on California side of Heavenly. Photo credit: Heavenly

Natural and man-made snow cover World Cup on California side of Heavenly. Photo credit: Heavenly
Squaw Valley opened for one day last month when over 2 feet of snow showed up from an early season storm. This next storm is looking to add to that base.  - ©Jeff Engerbretson

Squaw Valley opened for one day last month when over 2 feet of snow showed up from an early season storm. This next storm is looking to add to that base.
Copyright: Jeff Engerbretson

Squaw Valley opened for one day last month when over 2 feet of snow showed up from an early season storm. This next storm is looking to add to that base.  - ©Jeff Engerbretson

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