LA Times has a story on how Mother Nature has fooled the forecasters this season. It's a nice rundown on some of the crazy ups and downs of the end of 2010 in SoCal, including a high temperature of 113° on Sept. 27, a heat wave just a week ago, and of course the Mother of All Storms that is currently upon us.
Right now at my house, heavy rain appears to be starting up once again. Apparently the most intense part of the current storm cycle is supposed to be arriving now. Could the past few days really have been only prologue? Mammoth skiers are probably going to need to go into detox when this is all said and done. Looking at the local mountains, I see the snow level has finally dropped to more respectable 7K or so. Mountain and Basin travel is likely to be abominable the next two days, so be safe out there.
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