Hope you weren’t planning to cross the Sierra anytime soon because the passes (Tioga, Sonora, Ebbets) are all closed due to snow.
Highway 140 from Mariposa into Yosemite has closed due to a mudslide.
If you’ve been feeling like the waterfalls are a little weak for this time of year don’t worry, the latest forecast coming out of the National Weather Service should cheer you up. Rain is on it’s way to Yosemite and should last several days.
After reading yesterdays weather forecast for the week I didn’t really figure I’d see this much rain and snow. Currently there is rain and snow falling on the western slope of the Sierra from Sequoia/Kings Canyon to Lake Tahoe. No word on road closures at this time (5am).
A winter storm has snuck in bringing with it high winds, rain and…snow.
Even though the weather has been unseasonably hot the last couple of days mother nature is taking this opportunity to send a little more rain and even some snow at higher elevations our way. Fortunately this storm is supposed to pass out of the area tonight and tomorrow and make way for a beautiful sunny […]
A winter weather advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service from Yosemite To Kings from 11PM PDT Tuesday until 5PM PDT Wednesday. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN HANFORD HAS ISSUED A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY ABOVE 6000 FEET FOR SNOW AND STRONG WINDS WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 11 PM TUESDAY TO 5 PM […]
A storm that feels more like we’re in November than March is expected to continue dropping rain and snow in the Yosemite area into early next week.
Good news! There’s rain in the forecast and we may even see a little more snow on the Sierra before the summer starts.