Lake Tahoe ski resort moves up opening day after snow storm

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In this image taken on Oct. 25, 2021, and provided by Palisades Tahoe, snow falls at the ski resort in Olympic Valley, Calif. (Palisades Tahoe via AP)

In this image taken on Oct. 25, 2021, and provided by Palisades Tahoe, snow falls at the ski resort in Olympic Valley, Calif. (Palisades Tahoe via AP)

Another California ski resort has moved up its opening day thanks to this week’s huge dump of snow in the Sierra Nevada.

Palisades Tahoe joins Mammoth Mountain in starting its season on Oct. 29.

Palisades Tahoe said the big storm dropped more than 3 feet (0.9 meter) of snow on its upper mountains. The resort plans to be open on weekends only as conditions allow until full-time operations begin on Nov. 24.

Mammoth moved up its opening by two weeks to Oct. 29 even before the storm, fed by a powerful atmospheric river, arrived last weekend.

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