The water level in Lake Tahoe is at its lowest point in its history.

But it hasn’t dropped at all, at least not yet.

This week, the lake’s average level fell to 3.7 feet, down from 3.8 feet in the morning.

That’s about 1/5 the level seen in the early 1990s.

There’s been some progress since then.

The lake has been dropping steadily for about 10 years.

That drop, which is also being seen on Lake Tahoes shores, has led to speculation about whether or not the lake could be headed for a full-blown collapse.

That possibility has led some to speculate that Lake Tahoa may be on the verge of a full collapse.

But experts are not so sure.

If you live near Lake Taho, you’ve probably heard about the water levels at the lake.

They have dropped drastically over the past few years.

In fact, the average level of the lake has dropped by about 1 foot a year.

It has also dropped by more than 1 foot over the last couple of years.

Lake Tahoma’s average daily water level has fallen from 6,700 feet to 5,400 feet since the end of 2016.

The average daily lake level in the state of California has dropped from 3,900 feet to 2,400.

Those drops have been mostly due to the El Niño weather pattern, but the effects of El Niño have also had an impact.

El Niño is a strong El Niño climate pattern.

It’s the opposite of the warming that has occurred in recent years.

This means the lake is at a more vulnerable time for a lake to collapse.

In the summer of 2019, for example, the waterlevel at Lake Tahos peak was 3,100 feet, which was an average of about 6,100 yards below its current level.

But the lake was actually dropping.

Over the summer, the maximum lake level reached 2,800 feet.

The current level of Lake Taholos average daily average level is 2,828 feet, an average drop of about 1,800 yards.

So if we assume that El Niño conditions are still in place, the drop in lake level over the summer is due to a drop in water levels.

This is also true for Lake Taholees total annual lake volume.

The total annual volume of Lake tahoes water is about 3,600,000 acre feet.

So the average lake volume dropped from about 2,700,000 acres in 2019 to about 2.400,000 in 2020.

And that drop is still happening.

That means that the average daily daily lake volume in the lake would drop by more then 1,500 acre feet every day over the next few years, with a decrease of about a foot per day.

That would mean a drop of a few inches every few days.

The drop in volume in Lake tahoos water is causing problems for the city of Tahoe.

The water levels in Lake Tahoe have been falling in recent weeks, but they haven’t stopped, at the same time that the water is flowing into Lake Tahoho.

The amount of water flowing into the lake in the city is about half what it was a few years ago.

The city has been pumping out water from Lake Tahotas lakebed every week, which creates a huge amount of sediment that has been settling into the Lake Tahohome.

The sediment is also getting mixed into Lake tahuos water, which has been lowering the lake level.

In addition, the city has recently installed pumps to try to push more water into Lake Tahoos, which are making the lake a little less shallow.

So this is just one of the things that is happening to Lake Tahodoe.

It is causing Lake Tahone to be less accessible to people.

When Lake Tahoyas water level drops, there is an increase in flooding in the area, which can lead to problems for people.

People can get hurt or die if they are unable to evacuate their homes.

And people can get sick from water that is entering their bodies.

This year, there was a serious incident at a home on Lake Tahuos south shore where a water main broke, and a woman was transported to a hospital.

The emergency room staff reported that she had been swimming in the water and she suffered hypothermia.

The woman is listed in critical condition.

Another man who was at the home on Saturday, March 15, died of hypothermias from the water.

That water main also broke.

The incident at the south shore home was also reported to the State Fire Marshal.

This happened because there were too many people in the home, according to a news release from the State fire marshal’s office.

Lake tohoe water levels are falling rapidly because the El Nino weather pattern is changing.

Lake Tahi is getting warmer and warmer, which means that more water is entering the lake and that water is getting mixed in with the water that was flowing out of Lake Taoho. It