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Placer Sheriff Feb 15
Tahoe & Truckee are in whiteout conditions. All roads leading in & out of the basin are closed. S/R 267 is so deep that plows ca no longer plow. They have ordered up a large blower to try and clear the pass. I80 & Mt. Rose Highway are also closed. Please stay home.
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Daniel Swain Feb 16
Series of modest but very cold storm systems will drop down West Coast this week, bringing more snow to very unusually low elevations. More flakes again down to sea level along CA North Coast & in Redding; snow below 1000 feet possible all of NorCal, and 1500 feet SoCal!
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NWS Bay Area 7h
Q: How much water has fallen in California so far this month? A: Given the ~6.38" spatial mean observed precip across the state with an area of 163,696 sq mi... ~18 trillion gallons of water = ~27 million Olympic-sized pools = ~45% the total volume of Lake Tahoe.
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Peter Gleick Feb 12
That's not an atmospheric river. That's an atmospheric tsunami. Head to high ground.
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NWS San Diego 7m
Radar Update: The cold front is moving across San Diego County, with scattered showers trailing behind. Snow levels are currently 3000-4000 ft. Drive safely!
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Eric Boldt Feb 13
Tonight's conveyer belt from the subtropics as seen from is an impressive sight. All that water vapor aloft, yet we continue to receive downslope NE winds and very little rainfall in . That will change quickly early Thu morning.
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Paul Deanno Feb 8
Steven Allen from Saratoga sent me this picture from Carson Pass (8,652') in the last night. The road just re-opened, and it's easy to see why. That's A LOT OF SNOW!!!
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John Baccelli Feb 14
The Whitewater River crossing Indian Canyon Boulevard. Palm Springs California.
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Daniel Swain Feb 13
, California (at ~500 ft elevation in the far northern Sacramento Valley, where snow of any magnitude is rare) has now received more snow *in the past 12 hours* than , Massachusetts has received *this entire winter.*
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Rob Mayeda 11m
Last line of showers moving through may drop some ice pellets at times as it clips by the South Bay/Eastern Santa Clara and Coyote Valleys. Meanwhile look at all that snow near Mt. Hamilton...wow. Tomorrow morning should be a pretty sight over the hills
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NWS Sacramento Feb 12
An active pattern ahead for the region with the next major winter storm moving in later today. Unlike previous systems, snow levels will rise considerably tomorrow, possibly reaching 7000-8000 feet by the afternoon. Here is the latest mountain forecast through Friday.
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NWS San Diego Feb 16
Fantastic picture showing some recent avalanche scars on the face of San Gorgonio mountains (highest in SoCal), triggered by significant precipitation from the recent storm. More is on its way tonight and especially Sunday night, with another round likely Thursday!
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NWS Bay Area 2h
Multiple lightning strikes detected around Pleasanton/Livermore with reports of pea sized hail. Radar imagery shows some thunderstorms firing up over portions of the East Bay.
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SoCalweather.net 2h
One more video of smow at 3000ft an hour or so ago up at Taylor off hwy 74 up abv Palm Desert.
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NWS Sacramento Feb 11
Take a look at the snow pack at the start of the year compared to now! What a difference.
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NWS Bay Area 7h
Some locations in California have already surpassed their entire water year normal rainfall, particularly around Los Angeles & San Diego. The water year runs from October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019.
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NWS Bay Area 1h
Receiving reports of accumulating hail in the East Bay with these passing storms. Slow down if driving across hail covered roadways.
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SoCalweather.net 3h
heavy snow in the town of Taylor 3100ft! Off hwy 74.
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Shai💛 #CLC1stWin🏆 3h
It was light and then just came down harder.
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NWS Reno 10h
Here are some snow totals from ski resorts in the area over the past 24 hours & their reported season totals, so far. Can you say ?? Snow will continue today with lake enhancement possible downstream from area lakes. For more info:
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