An early winter storm is headed into California Tuesday and Wednesday and is expected to drop 6-12″ of snow on the mountains and may cause road closures.
It’s been some wacky weather for spring over the last few days with rain and even some snow in the Valley but we’re in luck, here’s just a few more days of rain in the forecast.
A late season storm passing over California is bringing with it scattered showers from the coast to the Sierra and snow along the Sierra Crest.
An unseasonable mass of cold air has moved into California bringing with it wind, rain and a chance of snow at higher elevations.
Ominous looking thunderstorm over North and Half Dome. Photo by Jill. One good thing about the rain is it makes all the waterfalls flow again. Edie (@ambitious_wench) is reporting Yosemite Falls, Sentinel, Horsetail, Arches and a ton of other waterfalls are flowing again. I can already think of a few locations that’ll be nice to […]
Warm rains caused increased snowmelt this weekend pushing the Merced River in Yosemite Valley almost to flood stage. Merced Sun Star: The whirling water forced the evacuation of 71 campsites near the river, according to the National Park Service. There were no injuries reported from the high water or the evacuation. The surging river also […]