Saturday, January 23, 2010


The entire state of California has been dealing with large amounts of rain and snow over the last week. In Northern California, wave after wave of rain storms have battered the coast. Some towns just to the south, which are nestled in the mountains of the King Range, have received nearly 15 inches over the last week. There are probably many places in remote corners of the lower mountains that have received much more! The snow level is at 2,500 feet.

The photos above were taken on Wednesday the 20th on BLM land and some of the adjacent farmlands just outside of Eureka. More rain and strong winds are in the forecast...

1 comment:

  1. Looks like a miserable situation, and you couldn't help but wonder if mud slides were to follow and make it all even worse. Apparently you were wise enough to buy in an area not prone to flooding and mud slides. Smart thinking -good for you!