NOAA is calling for snow above 9,000-feet from Lake Tahoe, CA all the way down to Mammoth, CA (Mono County) today. This will be Lake Tahoe’s first snowfall of the season.
It’s already snow at Kirkwood, CA as of 7:00am today! Kirkwood’s base is 7,800-feet and it’s getting snow.
Sierra-at-Tahos ski resort is also getting snow right now at 8,800-feet!
NOAA is calling for “a couple of inches of snow for elevations above 9,000 feet.”
“Be prepared for areas of showers, isolated thunderstorms, as well as light snow accumulations above 9000 feet!” – NOAA Reno, NV today
Look for snow up on these Lake Tahoe area peaks that rise above or near 10,000-feet tomorrow morning:
- 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
- many more…
* Cooler, Wetter Weather Today *
“Much cooler temperatures along with showers and isolated thunderstorms are in store for today. Upper level low over California and Nevada is destabilizing the atmosphere and allowing scattered showers already this morning. There is still a bit of uncertainty with regards to how much precipitation will fall and where, as computer simulations still can’t agree on it this morning!
Be prepared for areas of showers, isolated thunderstorms, as well as light snow accumulations above 9000 feet! Temperatures will be 10-15 degrees cooler than yesterday as well so if you are enjoying the outdoors make sure to bring layers. Comment below with your weather reports. Thanks!” – NOAA Reno, NV today
"The other locations that should see heavier precipitation will be in the Sierra from Lake Tahoe down to Mono County where we could see up to 0.25" of precipitation with up to a couple inches of snow for elevations above 9000 feet." - NOAA Reno, NV today