NOAA is forecasting up to 3″ of snow above 10,000-feet in Lake Tahoe, CA/NV today and tonight!
Look for snow up on these Lake Tahoe area peaks that rise above or near 10,000-feet:
- 10,891′ Freel Peak
- 10,823′ Job’s Sister
- 10,776′ Mt. Rose
- 10,633′ Job’s Peak
- 10,069′ Red Lake Peak
- 10,067′ Monument Peak
- 10,059′ Steven’s Peak
- 10,024′ Hawkins Peak
- 9,983′ Pyramid Peak
- 9,735′ Mt. Tallac
“A cold front moves through the region today with much cooler temperatures and scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms through Tuesday.
Have plans in the mountains? Be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions today and tomorrow, including: rain, snow, gusty erratic winds, and lightning. Areas of frost will also be possible tonight, with more widespread chances of frost on Tuesday night, especially for Sierra valleys and outlying Nevada valleys.
Warmer and drier weather returns for Wednesday through the rest of the work week.” – NOAA Reno, NV today