LAKE TAHOE and#8212; The storm door has opened.
North Lake Tahoe ski resorts welcomed up to 1.5 feet of new snow during the last 24 hours at higher elevations. Mother Nature continues to deliver with a series of storms forecasted to hit the region this week, with as much as three additional feet of snow possible. The National Weather Service is calling for clear, sunny skies by end of the week.
and#8220;This is the perfect storm,and#8221; said Andy Chapman, chief marketing officer of the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association. and#8220;It charged in, leaving a ton of snow on mountain and at lake level and is predicted to blow out by Friday. Thatand#8217;s great news for many of our guests who will be headed to North Lake Tahoe this weekend.and#8221;
Itand#8217;s also great news for the producers of the 31st Annual SnowFest!, North Lake Tahoeand#8217;s 10-day winter carnival scheduled to kick off Friday. Festival attendees will be treated to some of the winterand#8217;s best ski and snowboard conditions in addition to Opening Ceremonies (March 2) with fireworks and a laser light show, Tahoe City Parade (March 3), 22nd Annual Gar Woods Polar Bear Swim (March 3), Rahlvesand#8217; Banzai Tour KT-22 Banzai (March 3-4), Bridgetenderand#8217;s 4th Annual Rib Fest (March 9), Kings Beach Parade (March 10), Ta-Hoe Nalu Arctic Standup Paddle Board Race (March 11) and the River Ranch Annual Snow Sculpture Contest (March 11)
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