As the Sierra continues to see snowfall, high winds and cold temperatures have forced Palisades Tahoe to shut operations for a second day.
On Monday the resort announced via Twitter that all lifts are closed due to avalanche hazard. On Sunday, the resort released a statement explaining that accumulated snow resulted in no visibility on the mountains and increased avalanche danger.
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"These conditions make it nearly impossible for crews to complete work necessary to open the mountain," the resort explained via a statement.
For more information, go to the Palisades Tahoe website.