Visitors to the San Bernardino National Forest, about one-third of which is in Riverside County, will be able to access any part of the preserve for free Monday in celebration of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. According to the U.S. Forest Service, fee waivers will be in effect all day, in all areas of […]
Living in the mountain resorts can be a challenge for locals when the snow begins to fly as hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to visit the snow or ski resorts. Here are some tips to make your trip to the mountains safe and enjoyable. Be prepared. Know where you are going ahead of time […]
RIVERSIDE – The second in a series of winter storms is expected to batter Riverside County today, bringing downpours, heavy mountain snow, possible flooding, potentially damaging winds and thunderstorms. The National Weather Service has issued a slew of warnings and advisories for various parts of the Inland Empire. A winter storm warning for the mountains will remain in […]
The first in a series of Pacific storms poised to deliver torrential rain, heavy mountain snow and gusty wind to Riverside County through early next week is expected to move into the region late tonight.
According to NOAA, a High Wind warning has been issued for the area with sustained wind speeds of at least 40 mph or gusts of 58 mph or more through Monday. Snow is expected Sunday night.
With the recent storms that surged through the area, many are contemplating a trip up the mountains to play in the more than 2 feet of fresh powder that blanketed the area. From downhill and cross-country skiing, to snowshoeing and sledding, there’s a wide variety of activities in the mountains and other recreation areas that […]
The first El Niño driven storms of the season pounded the area early last week, bringing with it torrential rains, punishing winds and flooding to the area. Anza received 3.46 inches of rain over the duration of the three-day storm as did Mountain Center according to Weather Underground. The lowest totals were recorded in Aguanga […]
Update, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 9:30 a.m. Astute Anza Valley Outlook readers and social media users continue to send in their photos of last night’s snowfall. Snow depth has yet to be reported, but today’s forecast is calling for a high of 46 under sunny skies with an overnight low of 29, according to Weather Underground. […]
In winter it’s reasonable to think that heavy snow, ice and frozen soil conditions could damage your trees and shrubs.
The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a Winter Storm Watch.