Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Jim Means Reports From Southern California

Two more images from today - top is of mammatus overhead around 11 am this morning; bottom is of sunlight breaking through the clouds a bit before sunset today, 22 December 2010.
Jim Means of Alpine, California (east of San Diego), reports:
The past few days have been pretty amazing for Southern California. The rainfall totals keep going up and up. As of Wednesday afternoon, the seven day precipitation for San Diego is about 4 inches, 6 inches in my foothill town of Alpine, 13 inches on Palomar Mountain, and a whopping 25.84 inches at Lytle Creek in the San Bernadino mountains. It's been too warm for snow around here, but Mammoth has had 11 to 16 FEET since last Friday! It looks like the fun is about over, although we might get a stray thunderstorm or two tonight.

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