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January Snow


Brisk at daylight, snow down to 1,500 feet with nearly seven-tenths in the rain gauge, the cut-off low spinning off the coast of California for the past three days finally moved into the Sierras after soaking the San Joaquin Valley, raining strictly south to north. With most of the watershed white, Dry Creek maintains its minimal flow. More weather predicted as another low pressure system takes this one’s place on Friday, anticipated to spin off the coast, but perhaps attracting an onshore flow of southern moisture in the process. Sounds good for the grass here - cold flurries for Elko.

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