The forecast looks quite promising for the remainder of March with another round of strong Pacific storms projected to move into the region this weekend. Meteorologists are calling for a potential repeat of last week's powder-producing storm track that could catapult the region above its average annual snowfall total for the current season.
The spring skiing scene in Lake Tahoe is legendary for its perfect blend of world-class skiing and snowboarding, predictably sunny skies and countless fun diversions both on and off the slopes. The seven Ski Lake Tahoe resorts have put together an impressive lineup of live concerts, spring-themed festivals, spectator-friendly competitions and one-of-a-kind special events including the ever-popular pond skimming parties. Once the lifts stop turning, the action truly gets underway thanks to the region's endless nightlife options and 24/7 gaming opportunities situated on both shores of Lake Tahoe.
For complete details on booking a winter getaway to Lake Tahoe, please visit SkiLakeTahoe.com to conveniently access resort profiles, weather forecasts, real-time snow reports, webcams and online discounts on both lift tickets and lodging.
**B-ROLL FOOTAGE AND STORM PHOTOS AVAILABLE**
The following links are to broadcast quality footage shot during the recent storms at Lake Tahoe resorts. Please feel free to contact Daniel Pistoresi directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530.307.9839 with any further story needs including high resolution photos, interview requests or any difficulties associated with downloading footage:
Heavenly Mountain Resort
Kirkwood Mountain Resort