March roared in with an epic snowstorm Thursday over the Sierra, a blizzard that packed hurricane-force wind gusts and white-out conditions, shutting down ski resorts and Interstate 80. The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning, saying, "Even a short walk could be deadly in these conditions." The powerful storm also delivered a soaking to the Bay Area, as San Francisco saw more precipitation in the first nine hours of March than all of last month.READ MORE ►
Blizzard of '18
Bay Area soaked, storm buries Tahoe in deep powder; NWS warning for Sierra: 'A short walk could be deadly'