Listen: Truckee, Sierra Avalanche Center And Jeffrey Schaub discussed on 24 Hour News
"It's twelve oh five at the bay area's news station. KCBS showers continue overnight lows in the mid to upper forties. Good morning. I'm Peter Finch. Here's what's happening. Rain came down throughout the bay area Sunday, which meant snow in higher elevations around the Sierras KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub spoke to a server at the best pies, pizzeria and Truckee. She told him the snow was coming down steadily much of the day because interstate eighty was clothes nearby. Everyone was coming into town to eat and drink. It is snowing like crazy. And unfortunately, it traffic is gridlock. So we're busy so people coming into Truckee to have dinner because they can't go anywhere. Is that right? Absolutely. So paint a picture for me of what it is like outside right now how much snow do you have that kind of attack? Oh, you know, it is beautiful. It is tumbling down on us. Gotten probably about six inches in the last hour and a half two hours. Jessica Newman again at best pies, pizzeria and Truckee I eighty remains closed in the high country at this hour because of whiteout conditions avalanche warnings have been posted in parts of California Nevada in Utah. After this winter storm dumped heavy snow in the region. The Sierra avalanche center issued a back country avalanche warning for the Lake Tahoe area. Stretching south into the Sierra along the California Nevada line from noon on Saturday, excuse me, noon Sunday until seven AM this morning, Monday morning. The national weather service says blizzard conditions with gale force winds could trigger widespread avalanche activity two feet of snow was reported at mammoth mountain more than."