New Year’s Eve Snow On The Mountain — Panoramic Views   1 comment

Ten years ago, on New Year’s eve, the higher elevations around the Tucson basin received some snow. We are again back in Kingwood, Texas, with family this year for the holidays. HAPPY NEW YEAR, 2023, everyone. — kenne

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Snow In The Mountains 12-31-12

Snow In The Mountains 12-31-12

Panoramic Views of TheSanta Catalina Mountains, December 31, 2012 — Images by kenne

Over night we received .6 inches of rain and Mount Lemmon another 10 inches of snow. The clouds block the mountain peaks above 5,000 feet, but the cooler temperatures brought snow down to the 3,500 foot level — my favorite way to see snow from the desert below. Last night’s rain brought the total rain fall for the year to 11.6 inches, a little below normal.

Tomorrow the Catalina Highway is expected to be open, as will as Ski Valley, which are normally closed on Tuesdays — wish my legs could take to the slopes.

— kenne

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Posted December 31, 2022 by kenneturner in Information

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  1. Awesome

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