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"+, lived up to its name, receiving 2' of snow for opening weekend. - © Kirkwood Mountain Resort

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.
Copyright: Kirkwood Mountain Resort

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. - © Kirkwood Mountain Resort
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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