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avatar Hazardous weather outlook
December 20, 2015 01:45PM
National weather service san joaquin valley - hanford ca
536 am pst sun dec 20 2015

Sierra nevada from yosemite to kings canyon-
536 am pst sun dec 20 2015

This hazardous weather outlook is for the southern sierra nevada
From yosemite to kings canyon.

...Series of pacific weather systems to impact the southern sierra
Through friday...

.Day one...Today and tonight

* timing: snow is expected to return later this evening and
Continue through tonight.

* locations include: yosemite np

* impacts: slick roads, driving hazards into yosemite national

* hazards: 2 to 4 inches of snow is expected tonight above 6500

.Days two through seven...Monday through saturday

Another weather system is expected to move into the region monday
Night and continue through tuesday with heavy snow possible. There
Will be a break on wednesday before another cold system moves in
On thursday and ends on friday. This system is expected to be a
Cold but drier system.

* snow accumulations: 6 to 12 inches is possible on monday night
And tuesday with little or no accumulation on wednesday. It
Still remains uncertain how much snow will fall on thursday
Night and friday...The guidance is trending drier.

* elevation: snow levels on monday night will fall to around 5000
Ft by tuesday morning. Snow levels with the thursday night and
Friday system will be around 3000 ft.

* locations include: yosemite national park

* impacts: snow covered roads and heavy snow at times

* 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.


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