Guessing snow might not be an issue Friday as the snow levels may be above the pass. The resorts are probably not gonna be much fun with rain down low and possible wind closures. Early in the week may be the good call for skiing if that's your plan.
Originally Posted by zorg
I was hoping to take the kiddies sledding, but it's not looking promising. Might be a quick out and back.
Originally Posted by TahoeBC
Faster is not always better, but it's always more fun
shitty for biking and skiing. good for wrenchin and drinkin.
Also in for Demo trailwork, after I kick this cold or whatever I have.
Originally Posted by squashyo
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Better watch that potty mouth Francois or you might get banned!
I suspect there'll be breaks
between fronts large enough to get some kinda ride in.
Wreck the malls with cows on Harleys
Winter is coming.
Well lunch time anyway. Skyline may be unrideable for a week, or more. Had to get it before the monsoon hits!
Originally Posted by zorg
Wait,who did he tell you that?....
a high wind warning has been issued for the n bay coast...San Francisco and
the San Francisco peninsula coast with wind gusts 55 to 65 mph
the latest qpf forecast n of the cwa puts 24 hour totals ending friday at 2-5 inches with a few
jackpots of 7-6 inches
and up to 15" by next week
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Came home an hour early and
found wife with another man squeezed in last ride before the rain - along Stevens Creek to the trailhead of St. Joe's and back. It gets dark quickly.
Demo was empty except for the CDF guy on the ATV and the huge road grader working on Sulphur. First time up Sulphur no one there, second time it was half graded (and I passed the grader while he was stopped), by the third time up they were on the way down with the CDF guy videoing the grading.
4 other vehicles in the parking lot when I left around 1, saw more folks driving in for a last afternoon of riding before the soaker!
The CDF guy said he was going to work on a downed tree on Ridge above the helipad, but I told him there wasn't one. I forgot about the one that's been down for a long time at the top of that short steep hill - anyone in the afternoon notice if that had been worked on?
Took my daughter from school early and went with her for a ride to Arastradero preserve. I guess it will be closed for the season tomorrow.
Ugh... Pouring down in South SJ... good for the plants, not so good for riding...
The atmospheric river is here.
Red skies at night, sailors delight.
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Tons of rain and debris flying everywhere in Fairfax. I'm kinda loving it. Rode last night and got in some truly hero dirt; it was like velcro. I'm just bummed that all the trail work projects that were supposed to happen this weekend (China Camp, T-rancho, Pogonip) will probably be canceled.
Originally Posted by jbt56
If the wind dies down, I'm taking the 'cross bike out. I'd like to work on some of the trails in STCP, like berm a couple turns for safety (there are two I can think of), but some riders don't like it.
Originally Posted by sjhiker
It looks like there will be no rain today in the south bay to sf area. It stopped raining by noon yesterday too. It rained about a half inch yesterday morning.
Sooooo, I would say it would be ok to ride today on trails that drain well. I'd say hit the trail around noon and you'll be fine.
in lafayette we hardly got anything out of storm 1...only .26 inches of rain according to noaa (i love that website!). maybe we'll get hammered by the other storms but so far not much to talk about. the real bummer is that these are 'warm' storms so no real snow up in the sierra either, except very heavy stuff all the way at the top.
Just found this site
Northern California Weather Blog
Looks to be good for Mendo/Shasta/Lassen areas.
Only got 1.5 inches of water in Angwin yesterday.
Should be lots more coming this afternoon/tonight.
Snow levels still a little too high for the southern mountains of the Coast Range.
Only the Yolla Bolly's have snow right now.
National Snow Analyses 3D Interface - NOHRSC - The ultimate source for snow information
Too bad the gate is closed to SYB. It's gonna take some colder storms
to blanket Hull and Snow Mt. with the white stuff.
I like this site
Intellicast - Weather Active Map
for showing where the precip is snow.
Check out the winds just off shore (play with the layer button).
The river has resumed here in Santa Cruz. Drip drop.
Originally Posted by francois
Granite Bay was nice this am lots of puddles but very doable. Anyone know how well Auburn will hold up, I am hoping on doing it this weekend.
That's just your roof leaking the water it collected yesterday.
Originally Posted by Carl Hungus
I was just about to sign up for this and it looks like plans have changed. Has it been put off for a week? This page didn't have a 12/2 work day. Trailworkers
Originally Posted by mrtoadsc