A video showing the rush of water at Vernal Fall and Nevada Fall in Yosemite National Park proves the weather is warming up and snow in the Sierra is melting rapidly.
In Sacramento, the weather has turned dramatically in 24 hours. With temperatures in the low 80s over the weekend, Monday will hit with a high of 92, according to the National Weather Service. Tuesday’s high temperature reaches 99, then it’s 98 on Wednesday.
Things get cooler at the end of the work week with 93 on Thursday and 90 on Friday.
Meanwhile, Redding may top 100 degrees on Tuesday.
Despite the fast, roaring water being seen at Yosemite waterfalls, it will slow to a trickle later in the summer when the snowpack melts away.
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