1st of 3 New Storms Brings More Snow to Sierra Nevada

The first in the latest series of winter storms predicted for California and western Nevada has brought more snow to the Sierra Nevada.

The Mammoth Mountain ski resort reported early Friday it received 15 inches to 18 inches (38.1-45.7 centimeters) overnight and was doing avalanche mitigation.

Sierra at Tahoe reported a foot (30.4 centimeters) of fresh snow on its summit.

“Mother Nature lined this one up perfectly!” the resort said in its weather report.

Bluebird conditions were expected to be followed by a second storm late Friday into Saturday and then another storm late Sunday into Monday, “arguably the worst time during the holiday weekend,” the National Weather Service’s

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