The mountains surrounding Lake Tahoe are bracing for a storm that’s expecting to bring the first significant snowfall of the season. Are you excited?! Luckily, there’s a way to watch the snowfall live.
The higher elevations of the Sierra could see up to 5 inches of snow on Wednesday and Thursday, bringing anticipation for the changing of the seasons. In a new twist on this winter season, the UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab will be streaming the snowfall from their location northeast of Lake Tahoe at 6894 feet.
Watch the stream live:
If the CSSL continues to do these livestreams throughout the winter, this could be a game changer for powder chasers in the region. Watching the snow fall in the Sierra could help people make plans for ski travel, along with give live updates on the highly-anticipated El Nino winter.
That being said, it’s probably very difficult running livestreams during whiteout conditions, so alter your expectations accordingly. Who’s ready for winter in NorCal?!