Spring Flooding at Yosemite National Park

“Yosemite National Park experienced several days of rainy weather with relatively high snow levels, resulting in a large area of the park receiving rain. The result was a flood, which peaked at 4 am on January 9, 2017, at 12.7 feet (2.7 feet above flood stage, or 10,488 cubic feet per second) at Pohono Bridge in western Yosemite Valley. There was no major damage associated with the flood.” – Yosemite National Park

For more: Yosemite Spring Flood

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