Lake Tahoe's Winter Forecast Is Here ...
With the change of the seasons ready to flip from fall to winter, it's almost time to change our clocks and change our wardrobes in preparation for a white winter ahead on Lake Tahoe's North Shore. Let's hope it delivers like it did last year!
According to the most recent 2017 Lake Tahoe Winter Forecast, presented by NOAA and through our favorite winter weather gurus at OpenSnow.com, we 'may' or 'may not' see the return of "Snowmageddon." In a nutshell, this is what 'the experts' are telling us at this time:
NOAA's Temperature Outlook during December, January, and February:
Warmer-than-normal conditions across the southern two-thirds of the continental US, along the East Coast, and in western and northern Alaska.
Below-average temperatures are favored from Minnesota to the Pacific Northwest and into southeastern Alaska.
The rest of the country falls into the equal chance category, which means they have an equal chance for above, near, or below-normal temperatures because there is not a strong enough climate signal in these areas to shift the odds
For a complete story about the Lake Tahoe ski season snow forecast, click on this link now.
And until then, be sure to check out all of the vacation rentals in Incline Village and Crystal Bay, NV. From lakefront estate rentals to cozy cabin rentals or large vacation mountain homes to rent at Lake Tahoe, we have an excellent selection for you and yours.