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Tahoe winter storm closes 2 major
Highway 88, which connects the Sacramento and Lake Tahoe areas, and U.S. 50 over Echo Summit were also closed.
"The Boreal ski resort on Donner Summit reported 3 feet of new
snow over a 24-hour period ending early Sunday, and up to 6 feet of new snow in
recent days," says this article in the Tahoe Bonanza. Boreal has received more
than 600 inches (50 feet, or 15.24 meters) of snow so far this season, close to
its record 662 inches of snow set in 1994-95.
The Lake Tahoe basin's snowpack now stands at 158
percent of average for the date.
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