Wednesday, 01 February 2023

Snow arrives in parts of Lake County

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Valerie LaBonte takes a walk through the snow in downtown Lakeport. Photo by Harold LaBonte.



LAKEPORT – It didn't exactly arrive in time for a "White Christmas," but snow began falling at lake level around 8 p.m. on Thursday evening, making road conditions hazardous in some parts of the county.


The snow was mixed with rain, with outdoor temperatures registering at 35 degrees and falling.


Other areas around Lakeport reported one-half inch of accumulation by 8 p.m. – along with numerous children out playing in the snow.


Unfortunately for the kids, school is already out of session this week so there's no chance of a "snow day."


The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a snow advisory which will be in effect until 2 a.m. Friday morning for elevations down to 500 feet with an 80-percent chance of precipitation overnight tonight.


Friday will see a 50-percent chance of precipitation with highs near 47, according to the National Weather Service.


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