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After three years of drought, California’s winter sports economy is in trouble. At Lake Tahoe, Bryan Allegretto blogs about conditions for skiing.

Is California's Snow Economy Melting?

After three years of drought, California’s winter sports economy is in trouble. At Lake Tahoe, Bryan Allegretto blogs about conditions for skiing.

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