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Sierra Nevada, snowfalling
« on: 02/06/14, 07:02 PM »

We got a winter storm warning, followed by a winter storm watch through this weekend. This should 'open' up the b/c, finally. And we'll have the snow, for springtime! These storms are 'typical' sierra storms with good moisture content. And that fills things in. If you're going this way, bring your gear.
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Re: Sierra Nevada, snowfalling
« Reply #1 on: 02/07/14, 12:55 PM »

Yay!
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Re: Sierra Nevada, snowfalling
« Reply #2 on: 02/07/14, 04:12 PM »

Save some for Shasta   Grin
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Re: Sierra Nevada, snowfalling
« Reply #3 on: 02/07/14, 05:38 PM »

This isn't a trip report.
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Re: Sierra Nevada, snowfalling
« Reply #4 on: 02/07/14, 09:20 PM »

I know its not a t. r. I' ve seen few reports around the Tahoe area before, over the seasons. And I just give a general conditions report when noteworthy. Especially round springtime cuz its perfect. I've even seen a Mt Rose b/c report before. * which is why I reside in this area. I  will give a real trip report when I'm at Mt Lassen, over the summer months - trying to do a t-a-y.  - Thanks, bro
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