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Who Will Get Snow in January 2014?

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These two maps show forecasted precipitation for the month of January, 2014. The darkest red spots = more snow! However, much of this precipitation will likely come towards the end of the month meaning 2-3 more weeks of dry weather for the Tahoe area which has seen virtually no snow this season.  

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  • Read More

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  • Westlowsnow

    Weather cant be correctly predicted 2 days out, why would anyone think this prediction is right.?
    Don’t get me wrong, i am missing the snow.

  • WaitaSec

    Theres something wrong with those maps… It seems to suggest that it will snow in Tahoe. I just don’t see that happening.

  • Randal

    I live in NW Louisiana-Shreveport. You might think I am crazy to expect any snow here. But we used to have several snow falls or ice storms a year. I recall snow days in school. I recall after I had been married and had my kids it would get cold enough that I would sometimes buy an extra bag of ice [to add to drinks-duh], and store it on my front porch, because it was that cold. In 1982, the Red River and Cross Lake froze over-people driving all around. Temp about 0*, maybe -1 or 2. But this decade has been so warm. I know its climate change–just wish we could change. I have to go to Canada to get my snow.

  • Mr. Need more snow

    It’s nice know where it will dump “over there”
    But how about us readers from europe and skandinavia
    We also need the snow…
    Thanks

  • whoopsies

    sorry guys. this is my fault. it hasn’t snowed here in central oregon since I got my new pow skis 2 and a half weeks ago. i know i should have spent my money more wisely but do you really have to rub it in, mother nature?

  • pj

    patients is all it takes.Mother nature will deliver and the crappy start to the season will be long buried under lots of pow.Stay strong and ready ,winter is almost here.

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