The storm that dumped the moisture this week contained a warm edge that produced rain in the mountains to 8,000 feet. By Wednesday evening, temperatures had sufficiently dropped to make snow above 6,000 feet. Elevations above 7,500 feet received six inches of snow overnight; locales in the foothills received their long-awaited dousing of moisture in the form of one-half inch of rain. Unsettled conditions will continue to funnel moisture through Kaweah Country during the weekend and perhaps for Thanksgiving weekend.
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- Richard Langton: 1932 – 2013