By Alyssa Pereira


Not all Northern California residents are freaking out about #Stormageddon.

Up in Lake Tahoe, for instance, surfers are utilizing the wild winds for some December surfing.

In case you’re not familiar with surfing, let us tell you: this is not a thing that happens in Lake Tahoe, ever.

Today, the Placerville County Sheriff’s Office posted a few photos of these die-hard riders in action.

Check them out below (click to enlarge), and for more head to the Placerville County Sheriff’s Facebook.

(Placer County Sheriff's Office)

(Placer County Sheriff’s Office)

(Placer County Sheriff's Office)

(Placer County Sheriff’s Office)

(Placer County Sheriff's Office)

(Placer County Sheriff’s Office)

(Placer County Sheriff's Office)

(Placer County Sheriff’s Office)

(Placer County Sheriff's Office)

(Placer County Sheriff’s Office)

(Placer County Sheriff's Office)

(Placer County Sheriff’s Office)

Not far far away, just west of Donner Lake, wind gusts Thursday morning hit 135 MPH. If sustained, that would be category 2 hurricane strength.

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