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WEATHER
FORECAST FROM: BEN'S WEATHER LINK
Updated 07/27/2015, 08:00:29

T-Showers in the Forecast...
BEN SEZ: Fair and a little warmer this week as daytime temperatures hover back up near 80 degrees with humidity levels gradually on the rise, we'll also see some afternoon build-ups but I'm not forecasting any thunderstorms at this time for Monday or Tuesday; light & variable winds at times with overnight lows generally in the 50's. High pressure building westward will bring an increasing east to southeasterly flow which will once again advect mid and upper level moisture into southern California. This should be another decent monsoon event with scattered showers and thunderstorms likely over the Mtns & desert Wednesday through the weekend, maybe even lingering into next week. Computer forecast also models hint at a few disturbances moving through the area later in the week which could help enhance thunderstorm activity all the way to the coast if the flow turns more easterly. As always with thunderstorms, some will be capable of all the usual threats like gusty winds, frequent lightning and hail; flash flooding rains are also possible, especially in the recently burned areas.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Elevations
Lake elevation 6,750 ft.
Resort summit elevation 8,805 ft.
'Winter' Mountain Driving:
Always check road conditions (use the links on this page); always carry chains; always beware of black ice.
Chain Requirement Definitions:
R-1 = Autos with snow tires or 4WD and snow tires OK.
R-2 = Chains required on all vehicles except those with 4WD and snow tires on all four wheels.
R-3 = Chains required on all vehicles, no exceptions.
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