Weekly newspaper of Three Rivers, California, and Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks

RISING TO THE TOP: The view from the fast-rising Lake Kaweah. The reservoir is on track to be at maximum capacity by June 15. It should remain near full through July 4.

WEATHER WATCH: May 12, 2017


Those balmy 80-degree temperatures of the past week will give way by the weekend as a cool-weather system comes ashore in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. Daytime high temps will be below normal and barely make 70 degrees on into the workweek.

There is a 20 percent chance of showers in the foothills in the Tuesday forecast. By Thursday, temperatures will return to normal as the 80s and even a 90-degree day are in the 10-day forecast.