Palisades Tahoe has received 8 inches of snow since yesterday morning, bringing the storm total to 18 inches. This brings Palisades Tahoe’s season snowfall total to 388 inches, meaning that the resort is currently at 97% of its average annual snowfall.
It’s only the first week of February.
This goes to show the unreal nature of how good the winter has been at Palisades Tahoe already. The next few days are forecasted to be sunny, making for some excellent bluebird powder day riding conditions.
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Keep it coming, Ullr!
2 thoughts on “Palisades Tahoe, CA, Sitting at 97% of Average Annual Snowfall at Beginning of February”
My one thought, you need a better photographer. Those photos are junk and don’t tell the story or of any quality.
Save the water! Build some dams!