Christy Morrison - Truckee Tahoe Realtor

Winter Is Coming to Truckee

Oct. 30, 2015



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Today I'm with Bryan Allegretto, and he's going to be speaking about how El Nino is going to affect us here in Truckee. What most predictions are saying is that we'll be getting snow, and a lot of it! This is going to supercharge our real estate market in an otherwise slow selling season.

He's our resident weather geek, and he'll be giving us a yearly forecast. He initially founded a blog that forecasted weather, and now he runs a website called www.opensnow.com.

So, what is going to happen this winter and why is it going to be good for our real estate market?

A strong El Nino is expected and Tahoe will be right in between the wet weather down south and the dry weather that's going to hit the rest of the Pacific Northwest. This situates us in a good spot where we will expect above average snowfall and above average rainfall.


If we do actually get the winter weather that we're expecting, you can bet that the real estate market will heat up. All those people that had booked trips to Utah and Colorado will be rethinking their plans when they see how good the powder is here in Truckee!

This is going to be a one-of-a-kind winter, and we suggest that you make plans to get to Truckee in order to enjoy it. Now is the time to invest in a home or a rental property before the temperatures drop and the snow starts piling up.

The snow and the temperatures may be falling, but the market is going way, way up!

As always, please don't hesitate to reach out to me when you're buying or selling in Truckee!

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