A power line that channels electricity from El Portal to Yosemite Valley was severed during Sunday’s storm leaving Yosemite Valley without power for more than 24 hours.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for the western slope of the Sierra Nevada with high winds, rain and snow likely.
Sometimes the perfect shot just takes a little patience. Check out today’s Photo of the Day from Tony Immoos.
Check out this beautiful shot from Rollie Rodriguez.
Here’s another beautiful shot from Yosemite Steve. Don’t just look at the thumbnail, go see the big image. It’s worth it.
Twenty seven year-old Ryan Hiller was killed Saturday by a branch from a nearby tree that fell on his tent cabin.
Roads leading into Yosemite have reopened but it’s going to be a few days before the mess left behind from last weeks powerful storm gets cleaned up and full operation of park facilities resume.
A series of low pressure systems are expected to through Northern California bringing with it large amounts of rain, high winds and snow as low as 1500′.
Oh yes, we get rain in the summer time as you can see by today’s Photo of the Day.
Cal Trans is reporting the Tioga Pass is closed from Crane Flat to the Mono County Line. SR 120 [IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA] IS CLOSED FROM CRANE FLAT TO TUOLUMNE/MONO CO LINE AT 2357 HRS ON 10/12/09 (TUOLUMNE CO) – DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS – MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE [YOSEMITE [...]