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Chris Smallcomb of the National Weather Service in Reno will speak about extreme weather and drought.

SNARL lecture on weather and drought

    Our next SNARL Lecture is Tuesday, May 20 at 7:00 pm at the Green Church.  Chris Smallcomb from the National Weather Service in Reno will give a talk titled, “Extreme Weather and the Drought of 2013”. Chris spoke at the last lecture series on the Devil’s Windstorm and the great blowdown of 2011, and was […]

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Inyo Sheriff passes on excessive heat warnings

State Health, Emergency Officials Urge Californians to Prepare for Excessive Heat  (Press Release provided by ICSO) SACRAMENTO – In response to forecasts for excessive heat through Monday throughout much of California, state emergency and public health officials are urging Californians to drink plenty of water, wear lightweight, loose-fitting clothing and take other actions that will reduce their […]

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Owens River

Snowmelt promises high flows, possible flooding

The water outlook for the Eastern Sierra in the next two weeks – heavy snowmelt and possible flooding of rivers and streams. The National Weather Service says that flood warnings are in effect for parts of the Walker River and for Mono Lake tributaries as well as for the Upper Owens River tributaries in Mono […]

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