Breaking News
Home » Tag Archives: Sierra

Articles about Sierra

Weather Advisory For Snow Above 5,000 Feet

MOUNTAIN AREA — With a beautifully warm and sunny weekend behind us and tax day upon us, cooler temperatures return as a disturbance moves into the region bringing increased wind and precipitation across central California Monday, Apr. 15 into Tuesday, Apr. 16. Dry conditions return Wednesday with a warming trend through the end of the week. Snow levels will start ...

Read More »

Tony Krizan Presents Eastern Sierra Mines At Fresno Flats

OAKHURST — Fresno Flats Historic Park invites the community to attend the April edition of their First Friday Lecture Series. On Friday, Apr. 5, local author and adventurer Tony Krizan will share his Eastern Sierra Mines lecture. With a camera by his side, Krizan has explored the “hidden locations snuggled within remote canyons and valleys” of the Sierra mountains for ...

Read More »

Special Weather Statement For Thunderstorm And Tornado Warning

MOUNTAIN AREA — The National Weather Service (NWS) in Hanford says heavy mountain snow is expected starting late Tuesday afternoon, Mar. 26 and continuing through late Wednesday night, Mar. 27. One to two feet is possible above 5,000 feet, with amounts approaching three feet above 8,000 feet. Very gusty winds are also predicted in the high country above 7,000 feet. ...

Read More »

Spactacular Colors As Fall Settles Into The Sierra

NORTHERN HEMISPHERE — The colors of fall in the Sierra are spectacular, without comparison — perhaps especially so in the foothills. This time a year ago we had a wee bit of rain, just enough of a taste to make the mouth water. Now, until the forecast changes, we’ll have to settle for the beautifully changing light, and put those ...

Read More »

Sierra National Forest Progressive Seedling Program

PRATHER – Residents of the Auberry, Tollhouse, and Shaver Lake areas who are interested in planting trees on your own private property, please note: the Sierra National Forest’s High Sierra Ranger District might be able to help. Since April, the District has been planting trees in areas affected by wildfire and recent bark beetle mortality, but due to road access ...

Read More »

Sierra Snowpack Is Far Above Average

SACRAMENTO – The Sierra Nevada snowpack continues to build during one of the wettest winters in California’s recorded history. Today’s manual snow survey by the Department of Water Resources (DWR) at Phillips Station in the Sierra Nevada found a snow water equivalent (SWE) of 43.4 inches. February’s Phillips survey found 28.0 inches of SWE, and January’s reading was 6.0 inches. ...

Read More »
Sierra News Online

Sierra News Online