Skip to comments.Seven Feet Of Snow In Northern California Puts Screeching Halt To State’s Drought
Posted on 03/03/2018 7:23:21 AM PST by rktman
A massive snowstorm Friday in Northern California could bring the states lengthy drought to end while leaving two feet of snow in the mountains near Los Angeles.
The Sierra Nevada Mountains has seen two feet of snow and winds gusting over 100 miles per hour. More than 22,000 Montecito residents evacuated their homes as rain continued to pound the area Californias weather comes as a noreaster clobbers parts of the East Coast.
The worst of the storm has passed, and we are cautiously optimistic that due to a significant amount of pre-storm preparation we have come through this with minimal impact, Rob Lewin, director of the Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Management, said in a statement.
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Squaw Valley storm total=37-46 inches
Heavenly Valley storm total=approx 54 inches
Incline/Diamond Peak storm total=27-31 inches
News reported wind gusts to 150 mph at the ridge tops. YIKES!
My house in Reno, about 9 inches. Looks like some shoveling today. Where's them teenagers needing to earn a couple of bucks? Napping I suppose.
But..But...we’re all gonna die in the heat according to Jerry Geezer!!
Different white stuff for moon beam. ;0)
Be careful about checking age or the FBI will come after you for violating child labor laws.
If I tell them about a secret server they’ll leave me alone. ;-)
And when it melts.....another disaster.
Last season Mt Rose got 700”.
Well, for Swan Lake in Lemmon Valley it could be.
A couple minutes ago, it was pouring BUCKETS over here on the peninsula. Giant drops! Squalled for about 15 minutes, now stopped and sun poking through. Started raining about midnight and it is supposed to continue until tonight at midnight. YAY!!
Everything is greening up nicely.
Hike at Almaden Quicksilver scheduled for yesterday morning was cancelled.
The January warm spell had everybody squawking “DOOM!” but, fortunately, not so much “I TOLD you global warming is real.”
It’s normal California winter weather.
We haven’t heard much of anything about the Oroville dam lately, have we?
Global warming. Antarctica is having a heat wave and all the ice is being displaced to California. It’s also very hot—don’t touch it. When it melts sea levels will rise and go on a polar bear killing spree. In open defiance, the mayor of Oakland has invited more snow into California, regardless of the climate impact.
Damn global warming!
Now I know who stole our Snow this year ,LOL
LOL! Well, on the east side of “the hill” I had spring buds on my quaking aspens 2 weeks ago. Kinda not working out so well now. They’ll be just fine come actual spring.
Damn global warming!
I’ll keep you posted.
All right so far.
Didn’t JB fix that with excess high speed train money? No? LOL!
Don’t forget that the heavy rains will cause all sorts of fuel to grow and next October — FIRES! Yet another disaster. Then the fires will leave the hills exposed and the next rainy season will cause, you guessed it! MUDSLIDES!! Yet another disaster.
How did we get along without CNN and TWC panting endlessly about our disasters? It’s just normal business here in CA, like hurricanes and nor’easters elsewhere. Yawn.
Resting their thumbs.........