Lake Tahoe receives few inches overnight, more snow on the way (video)
The Lake Tahoe Basin got a dusting of snow Wednesday night with Heavenly Mountain Resort receiving two inches, Sierra-at-Tahoe 8 inches and Diamond Peak on the North Shore received an inch. Sierra reportedly received the highest amount of any Tahoe resort.
Temperatures the next couple of days in South Lake Tahoe will get down to freezing at night with highs in the 50s, according to the National Weather Service. A stronger wave of moisture is headed our way Sunday night and may dump several inches of snow.
The only resort remaining open on the South Shore after Sunday is Heavenly. The California side will close at the end of the day Sunday, April 15, but the Nevada side will be open through April 22.
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