Remember, remember the first of November.
Those will hopefully be our words in a few months when we see a record start to the winter, beginning on November 1, 2022, in Siskiyou County. The early-season snowstorm arrived this morning and is starting with a fury near Mount Shasta.
The Siskiyou County Sheriff shared some video showing some hefty snow falling on the roadways:
On top of that incredible video, CalTrans webcams show a winter wonderland up north:
This is just the start of what’s supposed to be a snowy week in the Northern California mountains. A full snow forecast was released by the National Weather Service on Tuesday morning showing up to 30 inches in just 48 hours through Wednesday night:
This is just the start, as precipitation hasn’t even made its way to Lassen, Tahoe, or the Eastern Sierra. Stay tuned for a lot more reporting on the first major storm of the year!