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  • Watch heavy snow melt unleash roaring Yosemite waterfalls

    Recent weather conditions and rising temperature have unleashed gushing waterfalls in Yosemite National Park. The waterfalls will peak sometime in May. And some of the seasonal ones will likely run until mid to late summer, according to a park representative.

Watch heavy snow melt unleash roaring Yosemite waterfalls

Recent weather conditions and rising temperature have unleashed gushing waterfalls in Yosemite National Park. The waterfalls will peak sometime in May. And some of the seasonal ones will likely run until mid to late summer, according to a park representative.
Linda S. Zhang Modesto Bee