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April 04, 2015 01:03PM
345 am pdt sat apr 4 2015

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Sierra nevada from yosemite to kings canyon-
Tulare county mountains-
345 am pdt sat apr 4 2015

This hazardous weather outlook is for the higher elevations of
The southern sierra nevada.

...Snow accumulations in the sierra tuesday through wednesday...

.Day one...Today and tonight

No hazardous weather expected.

.Days two through seven...Sunday through friday

* snow accumulations: up to a foot of snow is possible at the
Highest elevations by wednesday evening...With a few inches
Possible down around 5000 feet.

* elevation: snow levels lowering to around 4000 feet.

* timing: snow beginning tuesday with the heaviest snow tuesday
Evening into early wednesday morning...Then tapering off
Wednesday.

* impacts: visitors and outdoor enthusiasts to yosemite national
Park...Sequoia and kings canyon national parks...Devils
Postpile national monument as well as the sierra national
Forest...Sequoia national forest and mountain home state forest
Should be prepared for snow and colder temperatures. Roads can
Become slick and icy.

* stay tuned to noaa weather radio...Or your favorite news
Source...For further information.


.Spotter information statement...

Skywarn spotter activation is not anticipated.

Weather spotters are encouraged to report any significant or
Unusual conditions to the national weather service.

$$
Re: Hazardous Weather Outlook
April 04, 2015 05:26PM
PLEEEEZE let it snow.
Was just up at Grouse Lake yesterday (by Royal Arches) and there was simply no snow anywhere. A dry hike.



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