The “one way” sign is at least eight feet tall, the pine tree next to it is about 13 feet high and the trees behind the snow bank are at least 20 feet tall, yet they are buried in a snow bank in the alley that runs between Fifth and Sixth streets and Main and Market streets as the snow fell quite heavily on Tuesday morning. Between Sunday afternoon and Tuesday morning, more than a foot had fallen, and there is a shortage of places to move and dump the excess snow.

Early-season snowfall short; El Niño snows still coming

RBC I On April 1 this year, a snow survey in California’s Sierra Nevadas near Echo Peak had to be conducted on bare grass, an unprecedented April Fool’s joke from Mother Nature. Fast forward to December, and the same area has had modest improvement—now at 53 percent of normal—but go just south near Sequoia National […]

Harpers Corner Road still snowed in

DINOSAUR — Dinosaur National Monument staff hoped to open the Harpers Corner Road by mid-April but unusually deep snow has delayed the opening.