Share/Bookmark More than a foot of snow fell on Idyllwild and throughout the Hill yesterday and last night. Cal Trans and the county have plowed and cleared most of the roads. A photo of N. Circle looking at the Fort is below. Neither Cal Trans nor CHP are reporting any road closures this morning. Although […]
Share/BookmarkAbout 7 p.m., California Highway Patrol reported the closure of Hwy 243 southbound to Idyllwild will be closed indefinitely until the road can be cleared. At about 5:15, CHP reported a hit and run accident, with no injuries. This has resulted in a massive traffic jam on Hwy 243 north to Banning. It is located […]
Share/BookmarkFrom Esther Kennedy about tonight’s Spirit Mountain Retreat movie: Hello, With the forecast for 100% snow this afternoon and tonight, I am cancelling the movie at Spirit Mountain Retreat for tonight! Our next movie night will be March 26…”The King of Masks!” esther
Share/BookmarkUpdate 2 p.m., Monday afternoon, Feb. 27 No accumulation yet, snow falling but not sticking. Here’s the Cal Trans update on chains St Route 243 R1 CHAINS OR SNOW TIRES ARE REQUIRED FROM THE Junction of St Rte 74 in MOUNTAIN CENTER TO LAKE FULMOR Winter Storm Warning Winter Storm Warning Urgent – winter weather […]
Share/Bookmark From Wednesday afternoon through night, about eight inches of snow fell in Idyllwild and 13.5 inches of snow fell in Pine Cove according to the National Weather Service. As you can see above, the Town Crier is open (except for Grace, Marshall, Sandy and Halie). And the roads have been plowed and cleared thanks […]
Share/BookmarkThe National Weather Service has issued the following: Winter Weather Advisory 4:10 a.m. pst mon Feb 13 2012 a pair of cold low pressure systems from the north will bring periods of snow showers to the mountains through wednesday night… a cold low pressure system from the north will move through southwest california through early […]
Share/BookmarkThe inclement weather has passed. The sun is shining and the National Weather Service forecasts temperatures in the 70s tomorrow. Only .29 inches of rain fell yesterday, despite raining nearly all day. The total since July 1 is 9.53 inches.
Share/BookmarkWell as you can see, we received about an inch, maybe two inches, of snow yesterday. The roads are cleared and cinders have been laid. But the National Weather Service is predicting another snowfall today. The specific Idyllwild forecast says we may receive another inch during the day. Today: Snow showers, mainly before 4 pm. […]