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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Another Cold Frontal system will move through the central California area later this week and into the weekend.
The exact timing and amounts of any precipitation is still being ironed out.
So stay tuned for updates as they happen.
However, this storm has the potential to leave several inches of snow over the higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada as well as measurable rainfall over the valley floor.
Winds will also be a factor with this system as the front moves through especially for the desert areas.


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California Road Conditions
Call during the winter months for up to date information:
CalTrans:  1-800-427-7623
 
Yosemite  roads and conditions:
Yosemite National Park
Call For Road Conditions during the fall and winter months!  209 372-0200.
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Yesterday's Weather
Sunshine, clouds and light morning rain over the area yesterday. The high temps yesterday were much cooler than Monday's high temps over the area. Merced at 71 degrees was fourteen degrees cooler than Monday's high temps in Merced. Mariposa at 61 degrees was fifteen degrees cooler than Monday's high temp in Mariposa. Oakhurst came in at 64 degrees, thirteen degrees cooler than Monday's high temp in Oakhurst. Yosemite Valley recorded a Tuesday high temp of 61 degrees, eight degrees cooler than Monday's high temp in Yosemite Valley. White Wolf at 8,000 feet of elevation came in at 39 degrees.


Merced Had A High Temp Of 71 Degrees.
Mariposa Had A High Temp Of 61 Degrees.
Oakhurst Had A High Temp Of 64 Degrees.
Yosemite National Park Had A High Temp Of 61 Degrees.
White Wolf Had A High Temp Of 39 Degrees.

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