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California Road ConditionsCall during the winter months for up to date information:CalTrans: 1-800-427-7623 Yosemite roads and conditions:Yosemite National ParkCall For Road Conditions during the fall and winter months! 209 372-0200.Press 1 then 1.
Yesterday's WeatherSunshine and clouds over the area yesterday. The high temps yesterday were cooler by up to five degrees from Thursday's high temps over the area. Merced at 66 degrees was five degrees cooler than Thursday's high temps in Merced. Mariposa at 59 degrees was four degrees cooler than Thursday's high temp in Mariposa. Oakhurst came in at 60 degrees, five degrees cooler than Thursday's high temp in Oakhurst. Yosemite Valley recorded a Friday high temp of 60 degrees, one degree cooler than Thursday's high temp in Yosemite Valley. White Wolf at 8,000 feet of elevation came in at 50 degrees with about 32" of snow on the ground.
Merced Had A High Temp Of 66 Degrees.Mariposa Had A High Temp Of 59 Degrees.Oakhurst Had A High Temp Of 60 Degrees.Yosemite National Park Had A High Temp Of 60 Degrees.White Wolf Had A High Temp Of 50 Degrees.
Oakhurst, California Highway 41 at Tulare Avenue - Fresno, California
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U.C. Merced - "Beginnings" Sculpture and Carol Tomlinson-Keasey Quad