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Today, Sunday, March 2, the National Weather Service has no warnings or watches posted for the Hill. As the remnants of the last storm will pass over the Idyllwild today, a few remaining showers and flurries may still occur. But at 9 a.m., some sunshine was passing through the thinning clouds and shadows were observable […]

Rain now, winter storm warning tonight

Rain now, winter storm warning tonight

Nearly 4 inches of rain has fallen on the Hill since Thursday. Saturday morning, March 1, the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for several Southern California areas, including the Riverside County mountains. The warning is currently in effect until 3 a.m. Sunday, March 2. Saunders Meadow Road at its intersection with Highway […]

Caltrans storm driving tips

The coming rain and snow storms may affect highways on the Hill. Caltrans has specifically identified SR 243 in both the Silver and Mountain fires areas, SR 74 desert area (Mountain Fire), and SR 74 in Falls Fire. Caltrans has completed emergency projects to make repairs on these routes for guardrail, drainage, slopes, and the […]

Flash flood and winter storm watch for Hill

Flash flood and winter storm watch for Hill

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Southern California …

Rain, snow and possible flooding

Besides snow, flooding is an imminent danger in the San Jacinto Mountains for the next 24 hours. The National Weather Service has just posted the following forecast for the Hill through tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 23. Flash flood watch remains in effect until 10 p.m. this evening… The flash flood watch continues for a portion of […]

Raining in Idyllwild today

Through 1:20 p.m. today (Jan. 21), Keenwild Ranger Station has recorded .63 inches of rain. The total for the rain year (since July 1, 2011) is now 9.23 inches. That is nearly 5 inches less than the long term average of 14.19 inches through Jan. 31 of each year.

And the show must go on

And the show must go on

Despite a summer cloudburst, the 18th Annual Jazz in the PInes barely missed a beat. Raindrops fell, but jazz fans hovered under cover, tents, easy-ups or other shelter. the inclement weather merely built a stronger bond among the thousands of Jazz fanatics in Idyllwild today.


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