LIVE COVERAGE: Flooding, winter storm around Lake Tahoe, Northern Nevada

Staff report
This image of a fallen tree that knocked out a power line Tuesday night near Coachland RV Park on Pioneer Trail, was sent to us by Liberty Utilities.
Courtesy Liberty Utilities

TAHOE-TRUCKEE, Calif. — This week’s winter storm continues with heavy amounts of snow amid a blizzard warning throughout the greater Tahoe-Truckee region.

In all, as much as 10 feet of snow is possible by Thursday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Reno.

The snowfall follows a period of heavy rain and flooding in some parts of the region, and has led to widespread power outages across the region.

Below is a live feed of tweets from local agencies, including the California Highway Patrol, National Weather Service and others with information about the storms and damage, as well as traffic and snowfall updates.

Include one of the following hashtags to be included in the live feed: #caflood #nvflood17 #castorm #nvstorm and #tahoesnow

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