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Old Feb 18, 2011, 7:24 AM   #1
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After a very weird sunny month, we finally got the snow we needed for the ski park and the Sierra snow pack for water needs. More snow coming and for us that's a good thing.
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Old Feb 18, 2011, 8:10 PM   #2
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Brrrrr Great shots.

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Cool shots! We're missing the snow at the house last night (out of town for the weekend). I'm hoping that more will be on the way for our local area. February and early March are usually our winter, so I have high hopes.
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Really like the first and last images.
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Good captures, glad your getting the snow and not us!
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We've had a reprieve from major snow the past two weeks. Not to say we still don't have piles all over.

Nice images. I really like the last one.

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They're all very good shots, but the last one is my favorite. I'm glad you're getting some good snow. I've read about the severe drought that for several years has affected California, and I hope this helps alleviate those problems. Sounds like you folks will need lots and lots of mountain snowfall to get back to normal, if there is such a thing.
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We were hoping this winter will erase the drought, but all of a sudden we had the least amount of moisture in January in 50 years. Climate change anyone?
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I agree with mtnman I like the last one best

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Wondering how my aunt is faring in Three Forks down in Tulare County I am sure they have gotten loads of snow as well this year ... Knowing that the cold affect the groves but will provide the water needed as well... Good shots for weather history!
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