After pretty much no seasonal weather in October and thus far in November, it’s seems we might get slammed Thanksgiving week. The “YOUR 5-DAY WEATHER FORCAST AT A GLANCE” weather link on the sidebar has decided that it wants to share only Sacramento’s forecast so…..here’s your fix:
Click on the YOUR 5-DAY FORECAST AT A GLANCE link and, in the upper left corner, insert the 95346 zip code. Or, better yet, try clicking on this one: YOUR 5-DAY FORECAST AT A GLANCE. The updated website is still a work in progress and sometimes offers ‘fits’ rather than ‘perfection’. My awesome guru is working on making it slicker but this fix works in the meantime!
Please make sure you are prepared:
- Stock up on basic supplies
- Gas for your generator (for a ‘normal’ winter power outage rather than a PSPS)
- Batteries for flashlights
- Cars gassed up
- Stack wood in handy place.
- Check your propane level; 30% or lower–call your provider for a fill up.
- Have winter clothing/gear ready
- Be extra cautious when walking on ice
Please take a moment to check out the snow removal policy of Tuolumne County by clicking here. There is more staff on hand than in previous years as well as some newer equipment. A worst case scenario for community plowing is that there will only be one pass through the community.
One important item from the many items they go over in the Tuolumne County Policy:
Vehicles parked in the roadways or ‘close to the edge of the roadway’ are a large reason that roads are not able to be plowed!!! (CHP is the department in charge of citations and towing.)
Do not dump your shoveled or plowed or “snow blowered” snow onto a freshly plowed road!!!
Click here for tips from FEMA.
Click here for tips from READY.GOV.
Click here for tips from the RED CROSS.
Click here for tips from the CDC (Center for Disease Control).
Click here for tips from SIMPLE FAMILY PREPAREDNESS.
Click here for current road conditions for those roads shown below.
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