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    jscott
    BPL Member

    @book

    Locale: Northern California

    https://www.nps.gov/yose/blogs/quick-update-for-january-29-2020.htm

     

    I always like looking at this. 82 inches since Jan 27.

    #3697012
    Kevin Babione
    BPL Member

    @kbabione

    Locale: Pennsylvania

    Living in Pennsylvania (where we just got about 12 inches over 2 days), I cannot fathom getting 82 inches of snow in 2-3 days.  It’s simply mind-blowing to me!  And that was on top of what they already had!

    Thanks for sharing…

    #3697028
    Paul Wagner
    BPL Member

    @balzaccom

    Locale: Wine Country

    I love those reports.  The two rangers who write them are a delight–always finding some wildlife notes to add into the snow depths and wind chill.

    #3697194
    Eric Blumensaadt
    BPL Member

    @danepacker

    Locale: Mojave Desert

    Great photos and VERY different from the White Wolf -to- Meadows scenery I’ve seen while backpacking in the summer.

    #3697201
    jscott
    BPL Member

    @book

    Locale: Northern California

    The rangers usually update weekly. They get around really well in the snow and will post photos from well out of T meadows. With six plus new feet of snow, they’re not venturing as far last week, as they noted.

    One can extrapolate a bit about high country snow conditions from their photos.

    #3698661
    jscott
    BPL Member

    @book

    Locale: Northern California

    https://www.nps.gov/yose/blogs/update-for-february-3-2021.htm

    tuolumne from about a week ago. Better! More storms on the way, but not like this last one.

    the rangers update weekly.

    #3699004
    JB
    BPL Member

    @ochotona

    Having spent a bunch of time up there in the winter when I used to live in the park, I am more envious of the Tuolumne winter ranger job than any other job on earth.

     

    #3699143
    Brian H
    BPL Member

    @reno1

    Judging how the snowpack looks around Tahoe, even the east side, I know it is looking deep up in Tuolumne Mdw.

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