Lake Tahoe expected to fill up this spring due to snow melt and back-to-back wet weather, conservation officials say

LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (KGO) —For the first time in five years, Lake Tahoe is expected to fill up this spring.

According to conservation officials, that’s because of this year’s snowmelt, mixed with back-to-back wet winters.

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The last time Tahoe reached this level was back in 2019.

The good news is that when Lake Tahoe is full, it will be able to provide enough water to meet demand for the next three years.

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