‘The Daily Show’ host Trevor Noah performing at Lake Tahoe

Harveys Lake Tahoe has added a comedian to the 2019 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series lineup.

Trevor Noah, comedian and host of “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, will perform July 5.

The recipient of numerous awards, “The Daily Show” recently received three 2018 Primetime Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Variety Talk Series, Outstanding Interactive Program and Outstanding Short Form Variety Series.

Noah joined "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" in 2014 as a contributor. He took over as host in 2015.

During his career, Noah has written, produced and starred in eight comedy specials. His latest standup special "Trevor Noah: Son of Patricia" launched on Netflix in November 2018. The special, according to Harveys, touches on racism, immigration, camping and more.

Noah is now crossing North America on his first ever arena outing with the "Loud & Clear Tour 2019."

Tickets for his Tahoe show go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, April 19. They can be purchased online at http://www.ticketmaster.com. Prices range from $59.50 to $149.50 plus taxes and fees.

Mooring permitting underway at Lake Tahoe

New online registration options are now available for mooring permits at Lake Tahoe, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency recently announced.

Under the Lake Tahoe Shoreline Plan approved by TRPA in 2018, lakefront property owners, homeowners’ associations and marinas are required to register all existing boat moorings, including buoys, boatlifts and boat slips.

Property owners can now permit and register existing moorings at laketahoeinfo.org/moorings. The registration period will remain open until Sept. 30, according to TRPA.

Property owners who are eligible to permit and register an existing mooring in 2019 include:

Those who have a mooring permitted by TRPA;

Have previously applied for a TRPA mooring permit; or

Have a mooring with a state or federal permit or lease;

And those who have a mooring with no permit or lease but proof of its existence prior to 1972.

A $43 annual registration fee will be charged for each mooring. Revenue from the registration fee will help pay for coordinated enforcement against illegal moorings on the lake. Each buoy also is charged a $47 annual scenic impact fee that will help pay for projects to restore the natural scenic qualities of Lake Tahoe’s shoreline, according to the agency.

Existing moorings that do not have a TRPA permit will have to be permitted by the agency in conjunction with the registration process.

The shoreline plan authorizes TRPA to permit up to 1,486 new private moorings over the next 20 years. As part of the phased plan, registration for new moorings will begin in January 2020.

To apply for a new mooring, property owners must have a best management practices (BMP) certificate from TRPA.

Lake Tahoe weather: Springtime storm could bring up to 10 inches of snow above 7,000 feet

The Tahoe Basin could see a small shot of springtime snow to start the week, which is expected to end on a mostly sunny note.

Monday will bring a 60 percent chance of precipitation after 11 a.m.

Snow levels, as of early Monday morning, were around 7,000 feet, according to the National Weather Service in Reno. Snow levels could rise slightly higher later in the morning before eventually falling to roughly 5,500 – 6,000 feet Tuesday morning.

Elevations above 7,000 feet could see 3 – 10 inches of snow through Tuesday morning. Lake level likely won't see more than a dusting of 1 inch.

According to the weather service, snow is not expected to easily stick to road surfaces, even mountain passes, during the day. However, that could change in the evening when colder air is expected to move into the area.

Breezy conditions with gusts as strong as 35 mph are in the forecast.

Monday is expected to bring a high of 46 degrees and a low of 33 degrees in South Lake Tahoe.

Spring showers are expected Tuesday morning before mostly sunny conditions move into the area around noon. The Tahoe Basin will see similar temperatures on Tuesday compared to Monday.

Mostly sunny conditions are expected through the remainder of the week. High temperatures will eventually climb to the 60s by Thursday.

Registration open for 32nd annual STHS, Whittell fundraiser golf tournament at Edgewood

The 32nd annual Tahoe Booster Club Golf Tournament will be held Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5, at Edgewood Tahoe.

All proceeds benefit the golf teams at South Tahoe and George Whittell high schools.

Each day is an individual tournament with a scramble format. Individuals, couples, and foursomes are welcome.

The $150 daily entry fee includes a round of golf with cart and a homemade lunch, which is served between the ninth and 10th holes. To play both days the cost is $275.

There will also be a raffle, closest to the pin and long distance contests and a hole-in-one contest.

Registration, raffle and breakfast on both days begins at 9:30 a.m. with a shotgun start to the tournament at 11.

Edgewood Tahoe is located at 100 Lake Parkway, Stateline, Nev., 89449.

Player registration via http://www.edgewoodtahoe.com are preferred.

For information, email Craig Kindle at kindle831@gmail.com or call 775-339-1810.

Lake Tahoe weather: Mostly sunny, warm weekend on tap

The Tahoe Basin is in store for a sunny and warm weekend.

After a slightly colder Friday with a high temperature in the mid 40s, Saturday will warm to the mid 50s, according to the National Weather Service in Reno.

"Warmer temperatures will move in aloft today continuing the clearing trend, but temperatures at the surface will remain a few degrees below normal with light north winds. Warming aloft with moderately strong inversions are expected tonight with much warmer temperatures Saturday."

Sunday will start with sunshine, according to the weather service. A 20 percent chance of precipitation is expected after 11 a.m. The high in South Lake Tahoe will reach the low 50s.

Light winds ranging from 10-15 mph are expected. Gusts in some areas could be as strong as 30 mph.

Tahoe could be in store for a wetter and windier week starting Monday. The weather service currently forecast a 30 percent chance of precipitation Monday, with rain and snow possible in the Sierra.

More storms are possible as the week progresses.