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

weather

Smoky air was experienced in Three Rivers for 16 days.
  WEATHER WATCH: The rain dances worked! The first substantial storminess of the season arrived just in time for the busiest travel day of the year (Wednesday), Thanksgiving Day (Thursday), and the craziest shopping day (Friday). But if the rain dissipates the smoke that has caused "Very Unhealthy" air quality this week, it'll all be worth it. As this holiday storm heads east, another one is...
A typical August day of thunderstorm buildup over the Sierra Nevada.
  School, football, Labor Day, shorter days, cooler nights. It must be fall, right? Nope, it’s not autumn yet. Not until September 23. And the forecast for the week definitely says summer with daytime highs in the mid to upper 90s throughout the workweek. Now would be a great time to head for the mountains. The monsoon moisture has left and along with it, the afternoon thunderstorm buildup. And...
Thunderstorms in the High Sierra reached a climax on Monday, Aug. 11, and have since dissipated.
  The clouds stayed away long enough for all who looked at the night sky on Sunday to witness a spectacular moonrise of another Super Moon. On Monday, clouds gathered again over the Sierra and overflowed to Three Rivers, dropping just enough rain to really show how dirty local vehicles get in the summer. As for the  forecast for the next couple weeks, it’s typical August weather: highs in the...
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