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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

More than six inches of rain fell over Yosemite National Park in central California over a 36-hour period, causing the waterfall to surge after a dry summer.

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Nice. I was there in July and there was no waterfall.

#1 | Posted by LegallyYourDead at 2021-10-27 04:56 PM | Reply

This is a good start to rainy season, which usually begins in Cali on the second Thursday of November. A glance at current water levels in the state's reservoirs and the snowpack shows a long, long way to go. Continued drought conditions in California would not be such a big deal if other states didn't expect to eat leafy greens, almonds or stone fruit, or drink milk or eat cheese, or drink wine, or wear clothing made of cotton. The agricultural engine that is Napa and Sonoma Counties, the Central Valley and Monterey County runs on water. No water--no food for much of the US...

#2 | Posted by catdog at 2021-10-27 05:52 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Commercial flights out of Bay Area to Las Vegas have an excellent view of the falls from left side windows.

#3 | Posted by LesWit at 2021-10-27 07:42 PM | Reply

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