Friday, March 24, 2017

RE: [californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (March 24)

I find it interesting that there is no LA contribution. I wonder why they don't have a source? Jim


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Subject: [californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (March 24)



2002: Two funnel clouds were observed around Carlsbad.


1998: An F0 tornado touched down near Chowchilla.

1995: San Luis Obispo established a new monthly rainfall record with 16.48"' with a week of the month to go!


1964: A big snow storm that started on 3.22 ended on this day.

29" fell in Idyllwild, of which 22" fell on this day alone and is the greatest daily amount on record.

26" fell at Lake Arrowhead, 23" at Palomar Mountain, and 18" at Big Bear Lake.


1960: The high temperature at Reno, NV, was 76° F.


1958: Gale force winds associated with a storm system caused structural damage in Fresno.
The storm also brought heavy rains that flooded streets.


1952: Streak of 24 days of below normal average temperatures end in Fresno.
Warmest high temperature during this stretch was only 67° recorded on the 24th.


1950: 17" of snow fell at Glenbrook, NV (east shore Lake Tahoe).


1926: Los Gatos had a high of 85° F.


1907: 30" of snow fell at Boca (near Truckee).


1906: 2.36" of rain fell in San Diego, the greatest daily amount or record for March.

Almost 1" fell in three hours.

5.1" fell at Cuyamaca, 4" at Escondido, Oceanside and Ramona, 3" in El Cajon and Lakeside.

For the storm ending on 3.25, 6.41" fell in Oceanside, 6.3" in Escondido, and 2.78" in San Diego.

Widespread flooding occurred in Fallbrook.

Streets flooded and roads washed out all over the San

Diego metro area.


Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, & San Diego




Kim Noyes




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