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Hot Weather Headed Our Way

OAKHURST — We’ve all enjoyed the recent bout of cooler weather, and now we need to prepare for the real deal as temperatures hit three digits before long. While the National Weather Service in Hanford forecasts that the foothills on Saturday, June 18 will hit a high near 84 degrees, and a low around 50, by Sunday, June 19, the temps are expected to ...

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Wet Weather Starts Again Friday

MOUNTAIN AREA — A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Southern Sierra Nevada above 6,000 feet, from 7 a.m. Friday, Mar. 11 through 4 a.m. Saturday, Mar. 12. According to the National Weather Service in Hanford, snow will begin above 7,000 feet early Friday morning, becoming heavy at times during the afternoon and early evening. The snow level will lower to around ...

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Snow Levels Drop

MOUNTAIN AREA — A winter storm warning remains in effect for the Sierra Nevada from Yosemite to Kings Canyon, through 6 p.m. Monday night, Mar. 7. Above 6,000 feet in the higher country, the National Weather Service in Hanford is predicting one to two feet of new snow, with a foot expected below 6,000 to 4,000 feet elevation, or less. ...

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Wet Weather Coming Our Way Soon

MOUNTAIN AREA — A hazardous weather outlook has been noted for the foothills of Madera and Mariposa counties, including the Sierra Nevada from Yosemite to Kings Canyon, and a flash flood watch is in effect for elevations below 6,000 feet. The flash flood watch starts Saturday night, Mar. 5 and continues through Monday afternoon, Mar. 7, according to the National ...

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Winter Storm Watch Starts Wednesday

MOUNTAIN AREA — A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for the Sierra Nevada from Yosemite to Kings Canyon, according to the National Weather Service in Hanford, beginning Wednesday morning, Feb. 17 at 10 a.m. and lasting through Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. on Feb. 18. Snow levels are expected to start out near 7,000 feet on Wednesday and lower ...

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Wild Weekend Weather

MOUNTAIN AREA — A winter storm warning and hazardous weather conditions could mean up to two feet of snow in the high country, while rain, possible thunderstorms and snowfall are anticipated in the lower elevations this weekend. A flash flood watch issued for the Sierra Nevada and adjacent foothills has been canceled as of mid-morning Saturday, Jan. 30. Click on ...

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Crews Clearing Rockfall Debris

YOSEMITE – Yosemite National Park road crews have begun clearing debris caused by a rockfall at 5:45 a.m. Thursday morning, Jan., 7, that closed the El Portal Road (Highway 140) in Yosemite National Park. The work to clear the road could take several days. There is no anticipated day or time for the road to reopen. The rockfall triggered several ...

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Rockslide Closes Yosemite Highway

YOSEMITE – Highway 140 is closed from the Park boundary to the junction of El Portal Road/Big Oak Flat Road with no estimated time for reopening. At approximately 5:45 this morning, Thursday, Jan. 7, a rockfall occurred above the El Portal Road (Highway 140). Due to the rockfall, Highway 140 is closed from the park boundary in El Portal to ...

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Winter Storm Warning For Sierra Nevada

MOUNTAIN AREA — The first in a series of storms coming through Central California this week will bring rain and snow to the area, and a winter storm warning has been issued for the southern Sierra Nevada from Yosemite National Park to the Tulare/Kern county line, from 10 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4 through 10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 5. According to ...

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Series Of Storms Bring Rain And Snow

MOUNTAIN AREA – Rain is on its way to the foothills and snow to the higher country including Yosemite, as this week’s weather looks a little wetter. In Oakhurst on Monday, Jan. 4, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Hanford is suggesting a 50 percent chance of rain, without much to measure: somewhere between a tenth and a quarter inch ...

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