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Yesterday's WeatherSunshine over the area yesterday. The high temps yesterday were warmer by up to five degrees from Saturday's high temps over the area. Merced at 88 degrees was four degrees warmer than Saturday's high temps in Merced. Mariposa at 82 degrees was warmer by five degrees from Saturday's high temp in Mariposa. Oakhurst came in at 81 degrees, four degrees warmer than Saturday's high temp in Oakhurst. Yosemite Valley recorded a Sunday high temp of 77 degrees, two degrees warmer than Saturdays high temp in Yosemite Valley. White Wolf at 8,000 feet of elevation came in at -- degrees.
Merced Had A High Temp Of 88 Degrees.Mariposa Had A High Temp Of 82 Degrees.Oakhurst Had A High Temp Of 81 Degrees.Yosemite National Park Had A High Temp Of 77 Degrees.White Wolf Had A High Temp Of -- Degrees.
Oakhurst, California Highway 41 at Tulare Avenue - Fresno, California
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U.C. Merced - "Beginnings" Sculpture and Carol Tomlinson-Keasey Quad