Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Storm Clearing in California's Great Valley
The warmer climate over the last few years has meant that we've had fewer of the horrific weeks-long sieges of fog that led to chain reaction accidents, but some mornings there is a mystical look to the valley floor as the mist rises just a few feet off the ground.
It looks like at least ten days of sunshine and warming temperatures in the weather forecasts. The rainy season is drawing to a close. Not the drought buster season we had hoped for, but above average, enough to help a bit in filling the reservoirs.