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Latest Schmuck Weather Report with John Hamilton

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 02/06/2009 08:32 AM
Bear Valley, CA...We just sent one of our lowly field corespondents out into the elements for our current Schmuck Report so we could video their pain and shivering for your enjoyment. It is snowing hard right now with about 6 inches of snow accumulation so far with snow in the forecast as far out as the radar can see. Tomorrow looks to be a very light day so it will be a perfect day to come up and play! Video and the latest National Weather Service Forecast is enclosed...
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Snow Could Fall as Low as 6500' by Sunday Morning....Moderate to Heavy Snow Accumulations Likely Above 8000' Today

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 11/01/2008 01:03 PM
There is a Winter storm warning in effect through the weekend through Monday. Cold and Wintery conditions returning to the highest elevations of the sierra. A series of systems will move across Northern California through Monday. These systems will bring periods of heavy rain and higher elevation snow to the Sierra Nevada. Snow levels will remain above 8000' through today. However, cooler air will slowly move into the region tonight, gradually lowering snow levels to around 6500' by Sunday morning. This early season storm will bring enough cold air and moisture to produce significant snowfall above 8000' through Sunday morning affecting some of the higher elevation passes, such as Sonora, Ebbetts and Carson Pass....
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Excessive Heat Watch for This Week..Temps Could Reach 113 Degrees in Angels Camp on Wednesday

Posted by: Anonymous on 07/07/2008 11:56 PM
The National Weather Service is Stating there will be an "Excessive Heat Watch" for the next several days for portions of Northern California. Strong high pressure building over the area will result in near record to record temperatures over portions of interior Northern California over the next several days. Over the next several days, in addition, northerly wind will help reduce smoke in the the northern Sacramento and surrounding mountains allowing for greater heating during the day and warmer temps overnight. Wednesday is expected to be the hottest day with a gradual decrease in heat through the remainder of the week.....
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May Forest Weather Update~By Lonnie Allison

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/14/2008 12:53 PM
Forest Precipitation....Based on data from Pinecrest, Mi Wok and Groveland Ranger Stations, forest precipitation to date is 57% of average. This is a drop from 63% a month ago due to April being extremely dry (.18" at Pinecrest and Mi Wok; .12 at Groveland). This is the driest March-April period on the forest based on 45 years data at the Pinecrest site. It appears that this water year (2007-2008) will end with about the same precipitation as 2006-2007. If so, this will be second driest back-to-back year period on record, surpassed only by the extreme drought of '75-76 and '76-77. This year is more deceptively dry than last because we had a lot of snow in January and February. However, last fall was very dry and it....
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It has Been Raining Steadily in Arnold all Night

Posted by: thepinetree on 03/13/2008 06:57 AM
Arnold, CA...This storm was not forecast to really give us much in the way of precipitation. In Arnold however there has been steady rain for most of the night. The snow levels with this storm will start high and drop down to under 3,000ft by tomorrow night. The latest radar snapshot is below and the National Weather Service Weather Update is enclosed...
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